Custom lists loading last list used when clicking New

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Occasional Visitor

In the last couple weeks, a strange issue has cropped up in our company's SharePoint sites.

 

What happens is, when switching from one Custom List to another and clicking New, the form that loads is the form for the previous custom list used. To better illustrate the issue, here's a step by step breakdown:

 

  1. Access List A
  2. Access List B
  3. Click New
  4. The form for List A loads, instead of the form for List B

This is resolved by simply refreshing the page and clicking the New button on List B a second time, but has become a source of frustration for our team.

 

Appreciate any guidance anyone might have.

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