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There is no direct way. You can do this using PowerShell. Use PowerShell to get the web part properties and set it based on already created one.
I discovered this was possible with item level permissions on the task list. List > Settings > Advanced Settings > Check "Create items and edit items that were created by the user". But in the end I went the event receiver route because it allowed me to not only allow only the task assignee to edit the task, but also the task assignee's manager and people ...
Yes, you can do that with the help of JSLink when rendering the task list view. I have done the same thing at my end with the help of SPService jQuery Library. When view is being rendered, CSR will append some extra script block for particular check box to verify if the logged in user is part of the assignee group or user. Or as other option you can have ...
someone else suggested that this was a bug in Feb 2015 updates and can be worked around by changing the style of the view to anything other than the default. I hope this helps someone
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