I play D&D Adventurer's League, an official shared campaign that requires importing and exporting of characters en masse among a ton of players. I have noticed permissions become a massive pain for the DM and players, especially when dynamic lighting is used. • If the player's permissions were already set up for only them in a different room, the player can't access the sheet until the DM assigns it to them. • Conversely, if permissions were not set up in a different room, everyone has access to the character sheet. Permissions must be fixed for dynamic lighting to work properly, or else everyone can see what that token sees. As a result, the DM has to take away time every game to juggle permissions. Players pre-setting permissions is bad because it takes time to reassign before every game, and players not pre-setting is bad because it makes Dynamic Lighting break automatically until permissions are fixed. Permissions become especially problematic in timed games, such as Adventurer's League's Epics, where people are sometimes importing and exporting on the fly. Solution: In the game settings of the room, right below "Allow players to import their own Characters", provide a checkbox setting as follows: □ Automatically Assign Permission: Whenever a player imports a character sheet, automatically assign access of that sheet to the importer and the DM only. I suggest having this setting automatically turned on whenever "Allow players to import their own Characters" is set to "Yes". I'm sorry I don't have more technical knowledge of how to do this, I just want to help my community.