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Criteria-based sharing rules allow administrators to share records based on field values rather than record ownership.

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Criteria-based sharing rules allow administrators to share records based on field values rather than record ownership.

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True ✅

Explanation

Your org-wide default sharing settings give you a (relatively restrictive) baseline level of access for each object. If you have org-wide sharing defaults of Public Read Only or Private, you can open access back up for some users with sharing rules. This enables you to make automatic exceptions to your org-wide sharing settings for selected sets of users.
Sharing rules can be based on who owns the record or on the values of fields in the record. For example, use sharing rules to extend sharing access to users in public groups or roles. As with role hierarchies, sharing rules can never be stricter than your org-wide default settings. They just allow greater access for particular users.

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