Microsoft Lists views are powerful, and you can adjust them as your need. You can have basic ones for regular users and more advanced ones, for instance for the admins of the site. Obviously, all the views are available for all the users which will have access to them. However, a few weeks ago I found that you can hide those views.
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How to use PowerShell script to hide a Microsoft Lists view. That will allow you to create admin views or personalized views.
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