This is what I am trying to do. I have a list with 3 views.

Each View will have default text boxes but each will also have their own unique form elements which I will make viewable based on the view selected

So when a user addes from one of the respective views, it will go to the correct view list.

That's where I am stuck on. How would I do this? Can their be different views from the same list with 3 default values?

Below is a mock up of my List structure:

So I have a List called "List A"

I have one field called "Type"

I have 3 views "ListA1", "ListA2", and ListA3".

The "Type" field will have a default value of "ListA1Item" which will show up for the "ListA1" view, only.

Repeat for "ListA2/ListA2Item" and "ListA3/ListA3Item".

Is it possible? Could this be triggered from a link to the List/View Form and maybe based on the url parameters (say "&listtype=ListA3Item") go to a redirect page with some Javascript that will send to the appropriate NewForm page?

Hopefully this all makes sense. Thanks

  • Thought I had understand, but I'm not sure. Maybe you're thinking abour source URL parameter? Or? – Salah Apr 18 '19 at 8:49
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    @Salah, Thanks for the reply. I just kept it simple and made 3 Lists. And yes, I was thinking the Source URL Parameter and adding another parameter to it. But already completed the 3 lists and it's working fine. – adams-j Apr 18 '19 at 15:23

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