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Add a selectable radio button to SharePoint list and/or view

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I have seen on some sites where users have a list web part on a page and next to each list item there is a selectable radio button.  When they select the radio button it filters a list that is contained in a different web part on the same page.  

How do I add the radio button to the list, view, and/or web part?  See attachment for an example.
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You can do this:

Add List A (the one with the values you want to select) and List B (the one you want to filter) to a SharePoint page.  Make sure that both lists show the value you want to filter on.

In the page edit mode, select Edit on the web part for List A and Click Connections > Provide Row To > List B.

You will then select which value on List A goes to which value on List B.

You can use List A to connect to multiple lists (i.e. List C, List D, etc).
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On the first part, you are clicking Add a Web Part on the SharePoint page to add the existing lists or document libraries (List A and List B) to the page.
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