It may work ok that way depending on what you allow the users of the app to do in the app and now many things you want some people to see vs. not see. It’s a little cumbersome to try and set up groups, that have different access to parts of the app when you are only dealing with a single app. In the past I have mostly opted to create two apps, admin and regular users as in my opinion it’s a lot easier to do. There have been however some great posts and examples by people who have done it with only one app. I have a three tier app I’m working on now that I created 3 separate Glide apps for. They do need to be Pro in my case, because of the number of rows and a buy component need, so there is that limitation if funds are low or non existent.