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franco89
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Multiple Forms for a Single List Item?

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Hi,

I will have a standard "request" form that gets displayed to the user when they make a new request.

Is there a way to make a second form attach to this same list item so that administrators could see more information than the basic request would show?

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janvonreith
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Re: Multiple Forms for a Single List Item?

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Hey David,

I think you can only have on form, but I would suggest another solution for your requirement. With the help of the "Expression" choice in the appearance section of the controls and the inline function "fn-IsMemberOfGroup" you can configure the controls in the way, that there's a check if the current user is a member of a specific permission group or not. If he's a member he can see the control otherwise it's not visible.

So you could put all your administrators in a specific SharePoint permission group and the configure the desired controls like in the following screenshot.

Best regards,

Jan

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greenawayr
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Re: Multiple Forms for a Single List Item?

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Good solution, and to extend on this, you could apply the fn to a panel containing your controls so you don't need to apply this to every control, just group the controls to be hidden in a panel and they'll appear when an administrator opens the form.

You can only have 1 form per list item though. Tabs and panels are a nice way of giving the impression of a multi-stage form, which it sounds like you are after.

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franco89
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Re: Multiple Forms for a Single List Item?

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Ryan GreenawayJan von Reith

Thank you both, I figured this was the case but wanted to ensure I wasn't missing something.

I will use the permissions and panels to achieve what I am going for I think!

Thanks again.

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