You can add a helper table to the page then restrict access to that new table. By doing so, you’ll restrict access to the entire page. I created an example for you here: Community #1565
In this example doc, I have two pages ‘Access Revoked’ and ‘Visible’. Both pages contain the ‘Example’ table but ‘Access Revoked’ has a second table, ‘Restricted’.
In Access Rules, I have added a table rule for the Restricted table. For this example, I am blocking it from the user with email
When I ‘view as’ this user, they no longer see the ‘Access Revoked’ page. They only see the ‘Visible’ page with the example table.
Note that you can minimize the helper table on the page by moving your cursor between the two tables and clicking the dotted line when it appears. Drag to resize the widget.
Unfortunately, restricting access to a page isn’t possible yet with Access Rules but is something we would like to do in the future! In the meantime, I hope this workaround will meet your needs.
Please let me know if you have any questions!