Smart List Lite
- Design your SharePoint form using tabbed interface, apply permissions to tabs and use them as stages of your business process
- Or set permissions for individual columns, according to conditions and current user identity
- Set permissions on list views, set different default views for different users
- Optionally apply column/tab permissions on the fly when changing values of other columns on the form (Pro only)
- No tools required, configuration done directly in list settings
- No need for coding, no drag'n'drop and no design surfaces
- Changes to the form are applied as you save, no need to deploy
- The original list form is always used, it is not modified or replaced by any custom form
- Your settings are always preserved when you use site or list templates
Is Smart List Lite enough for you?
- Create permission rules for up to 3 fields.
- Create up to 2 tabs and assign up to 3 fields to each tab.
- Create up to 3 validation rules and default values.
- Assign permission to up to 3 views.
- No support for datasheet view and web services.
- No theming support.
- No mobile device support.
- No alert integration.
- No tab descriptions.
Forms creation is real simple and goes hand in hand with the built-in capabilities of SharePoint. Smart List Lite extends SharePoint lists with a multitude of new cool features: tabbed views, column permissions, view permissions, default values, advanced field validation and more, completely covering the needs of over 80% of all forms you will ever need.Smart List Lite is very simple to use, so forms are easy to create, maintain and use for users with basic SharePoint skills. Use this product for free with no obligations, consider upgrading to Smart List Pro for unlimited settings.
- Create complex workflow using simple list items, turning on and off visibility of columns according to the workflow status
- Break down complex metadata forms into topics
- Store sensitive metadata with the item and hide it from unauthorized users
- Save time on data entry with smart default values