Yes. There are many other patterns which are not visible via the UI and only some are currently listed in the docs.
In the entry level you can use (note redundant spaces between brackets)
Which will send you to view or edit (respectively) the entry in the specified view.
which you can use in the href of a tag to create a custom link to the target view.
In the view level you can use:
which displays the url of the specified view and you can use in the href of a tag.
which displays a link to the specified view
There is also a composite version of the viewlink pattern which looks like this:
##viewlink:Single view;Add a new entry;editentries=-1;##
This particular instance will mimic the addnewentry pattern but in the specified view. Details on the syntax should be available in this post: https://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=256813#p1123734
The view patterns are also parsed in the entry level so you can use the composite viewlink pattern in the entry with the entry id pattern:
##viewlink:Edit view;Edit this submission;editentries=[ [entryid]];##
##viewlink:Details view;More details ...;eids=[ [entryid]];##
Another view pattern that is not really related to your current purpose but is good to know is
which displays the content of the specified view. You can create an overview view which displays the content of several views in the acivity by adding viewcontent patterns in the view template of the overview. The entry template of the overview can be empty.
Another relevant view function you might already be aware of is redirection of the view to another view in the activity after form submission. You can find the setting under the 'Submission' section in the view configuration form. There you can also set the redirection timeout and message, and also add additional submission buttons as well as custom labels for these buttons.