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You can retrieve workflow tasks based on the WorkflowItemId which is the item the workflow is related to. [site]/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Workflow Tasks')/items?$select=*,WorkflowItemId&$filter=Status eq 'Not Started' and WorkflowItemId eq 25 add a filter for Status to restrict to currently running workflow.
Use a due date column - it could be hidden, but make it visible on an input form. Collect the value in designer and set your task due date to that value.
If you don't need a task for every user just put them all into a group and where you assign your task to users simply point to this group and return field as Display Names, Semicolon Delimited. Please not that AD groups do not fire off an email, hope this helps. SharePoint can be a bit of a pain.
No idea what is causing it. However, you could try the alternative below. Please try this query string syntax (no need for the filter webpart): ?filterField1=ProjectID&filterValue1=myFilterValue Using these query string parameters all list items on the page containing the ProjectID column will be filtered to show only items where this column has The ...
There's a simple No code solution there. Just change the order of the columns in the content type. Task Status should come before Priority for e.g. If Priority is at 8 and Task Status is at 9, just switch the column order value so in the end it would be Priority at 9 and Task status at 8.
It is way too much code to simply copy&paste it into here, so please check this Microsoft link which hopefully will remain in place and see the section: "Working with provider refreshes". This should offer you the functionality to refresh the tasks.
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