Hi @gary_wells, Please evaluate following option from security
aspect as this approach only hides/shows views based on certain condition check.
You may have an initial form view that describes you initial “read me” or "about " statement with show_if view condition that there is no
user email captured row in the “about” form’s table.
Once the user confirms “Yes I read it” through an Enum in the same “About” form, the “About” form view can be withdrawn from show,
as now show_if condition will have one row of user email populated.
All other views can have show_if condition that there is exact one row populated with the User Email in the “About”
form’s table.The other views will start showing once the “About” form is submitted.