I have 1 'EMPLOYEE LIST' with many items.

I also have lists:

  • Group A: {item A1, item A2, item A3}
  • Group B: {item B1, item B2, item B3, item B4, item B5}
  • Group C: {item C1, item C2....}

Now I want to create separate pages A, B & C which will display above 'EMPLOYEE LIST' filtered with only items from Group A/B/C respectively.

e.g. Page A will only show items from 'EMPLOYEE LIST' which items are present in Group A etc.


when you create your list view on Group By section you choose your columns you want to be viewed enter image description here

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  • No Melad, Group by only works for that list items columns and for columns from another list. – user868150 Jun 9 '17 at 8:53
  • oohh, sorry I thought it was one list and you need to create a different views... but now I Read your Question carefully... you've 3 lists and you need to link them on the "Employee List" – Melad Batta Jun 9 '17 at 9:31

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