Use a custom finder
Not all users may require access to all of the data tables in your domain. If a finder contains a large number of tables that you don't need access to, the visual noise that those tables create can make it harder to find what you need.
Create custom folders to streamline access to relevant data tables. They can also serve to limit the data tables certain roles can access. Custom finders are simply hand-picked subsets of data tables designed to facilitate access to data for different user profiles.
Once created, a custom finder can be assigned to one or more roles. This will make the custom finder available for use by users with that role. As in the default finder, select the required tag levels to open the corresponding data table. You can also select the columns you want to see before accessing the data table.
Users can access the custom finders assigned to their roles by opening the finder dropdown list.
Here's more information about working with custom finders: