OK i now get your issue correctly. Let’s assume you have 3 user (user_A, user_B and user_C). user_A is an admin user and provides full access to user_B. user_B then provides full access to user_C.
So if you are viewing the sharing permissions from user_A you should be able to view all the three user accounts i.e. user_A as owner along with user_B and user_C with the access provided.
But when you login to user_B, you will only see user_A as owner along with user_B with the access provided.
Similarly, if you login to user_C, you will only see user_A as owner along with user_C with the access provided.
Note: This was restricted due to security reasons. Also please be informed that KoBoToolbox is bringing a new feature called
Manage project within sharing-permissions shortly i.e. maybe by the end of this week or early next week.
There, if you select
Manage project under the sharing-permissions the user account being provided the sharing-permissions feature should be able to view all the other user accounts i.e. suppose if you go back with the conditions provided above and provide ‘Manage project’ for user_B, user_B should also able to see all the user accounts like user_A (who is an admin user). Similarly, if user_C is provided with
Manage project, user_C like user_B and user_A should also be able to see all the users being provided with sharing-permissions.
Will let you know when this feature is available with KoBoToolbox.