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Custom Role - Employee Restrictions
What is the functional difference between "none - no default" and "none - default to own"? I've read the help docs that describe the latter as "There is no restriction on what can be selected. Record access is not determined by this field. Fields of this type will select the user by default."
What are "fields of this type"? Can someone provide an example to illustrate the difference? I know I don't want any restrictions on the role I'm creating. I'm wondering if there's any benefit to the default to own setting that my users will see.