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How to create different databases of some post types for different users?
I'm creating a membership site with multiple membership tiers. Tiers are defined by content access privileges. I've got that piece figured out. What I can't quite figure out is how to allow access by all users to the same content in some post types, but unique content to each user in other post types. Example:
User A and User B have the same membership tier.
User A and User B have access to the same post type Pages, and all of the same content in the post type Pages.
User A and User B have access to the same post type Recipes, but User A has all its own recipes and User B has all its own recipes.
What is the best approach to achieving this capability?