I have watched and understood the video tutorial and setting up restricted admin access, but this is all about the actual Users of the app rather than the owners of the app extracting data from the database.
I am not talking about user interaction which is fine. I am talking about the owner of the app being able to draw information from the fields. Such as " how many meals did we sell in October 2020"
Normally on a website the database would have an admin interface where you could search for such data
such as on an e commerce website
I have found that you can download a CSV file and open that in XL and then use XL to get the required data, but I am surprised that Adalo does not have an Admin/Owner screen where you can simply do a search of the fields that have been created
I can of course create a Blank screen and call that admin and restrict access and get that and link that to an existing database but I cant see how to set up the admin Control panel to extract the data my app owner will need. The video I watched was based on an example of someone selling trips and the admin rules just said when Mr X is logged in they have permission to create a new trip. Which is fine but that is not what I need I need to extract data results based on a search criteria