I am using Sharepoint 2010. In Sharepoint 2007 I was able to click the 'add new item' icon which brought up the list in a questionnaire format - i could then use this link to send out and individuals could complete the list. In Sharepoint 2010, I can't seem to do the same thing. When I click on 'add new item' the URL for the 'questionnaire' view is the same as the URL for the standard view and I do not want individuals to see this part of the list.


The structure is same as SP2007, it's not directly shown though, you can find it like this -


You can send out this link, but after completing the question when user press finish page will be redirected to AllItems.aspx, you have to think a way of avoiding that, either hide the view in that page and using the link like http:// yoursite/Lists/listname/NewForm.aspx?RootFolder='view/link of the same site where you want to redirect user'



This question has been asked previously on this forum, here

I guess this is what you want right ?

It's something like http://sp2010/Lists/TestSurvey/NewForm.aspx

To find it go to your survey click "respond to the survey", when the dialog opens rightclick and select properties, copy the address except ?IsDlg=1

Redirect to another page on completion: In both 2007 and 2010 you can add “?Source=” and specify a page to go to after the survey has been completed. The destination (Source) could be the survey home page, the site’s home page or a custom “Thank you” page.

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  • Hi, Yes this is what I am looking for. But when I open my list, click add new item and right click, as instructed is: vtbenet/hrmentoring/Lists/Mentor%20Questionnaire/AllItems.aspx which doesnt include ?IsDlg=1
    – cindy
    Oct 18 '12 at 13:19
  • Is there a work around at all? appreciate your help
    – cindy
    Oct 18 '12 at 13:20
  • p.s I am using a list not a survey unsure if this is the reason why I am not getting the ?IsDlg=1
    – cindy
    Oct 18 '12 at 13:28
  • Cindy, I cannot view your SharePoint environment until its on Public Facing license... is it? Also, why are you not using Surveys if its just Question with multiple choices to select from? Oct 18 '12 at 13:59

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