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Assuming you're developing your workflow in SharePoint Designer: Right-click the task process activity in your SharePoint Designer workflow and click Properties Set the ExpandedGroups property to Yes If you look at the description of the ExpandedGroups property, it says "If true then assign a task to a group means one task will be assigned to each member ...


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from SharePoint designer select your list and create new list workflow. Select the list name of yours and give the name for workflow and click ok. check the options in the workflow settings in the fig 2 as shown where you can check the option start workflow when the item is created.


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If you created a list workflow it should already be associated with the list. To have a workflow fire on start or change you need to select those options from the workflow settings. You can access the Workflow Settings via the List ribbon. Or if you created the workflow in Designer you will need to edit the settings in designer.


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Yes you can like Grunt! But trusted one is Gulp.js. This link would give you a furthermore information SharePoint Framework web stack tooling


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Yes this is in a SharePoint Designer Workflow action under "Start Approval Process". You have the option to allow a third button called "Request Change" that will send an email to the requestor/initiator to request a change.


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Add a data source on your info path form & the make list as that & based on the item ID you will be able to get the list item details https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Add-a-data-connection-to-a-SharePoint-document-library-or-list-3233d77d-95af-4245-a124-dca2f6d5d02e


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I added Finally in your code. It will allow you to remove the lock used by the eventreceiver in few seconds. As it is the default behavior of SharePoint that if you create an item in Task list than it will put the lock on the item & the list will not be accessible while it is locked. The code written in the Finally will release the lock from the list &...


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You have to edit the view and filter completed tasks. It can be confusing because there isn't an intuitive value to filter for the Completed column. Open the view menu and click Modify this view. Scroll down and expand the Filter option (if not already expanded). Select Show items only when the following is true: Specify the following criteria: Column: ...


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Method #1 : Template This method requires you to save an existing list as Template You can then include all the List Items in the Template: Then (from Site Contents) create a new list from that saved template As it includes All Items, You have to delete the unwanted items by hand Method #2 : Clone item Alternatively, by adding some JavaScript code to ...


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You can copy Task list items in several ways Copy SharePoint list items from one site to another programmatically Copy item from one list to another, using SharePoint designer workflow Also, you can copy list items using Site Content and Structure located on page http:///_layouts/sitemanager.aspx


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For me you have to use an SPSiteDataQuery to perform operation across multiple webs in the same site collection. Here is doc from msdn with working example : MSDN Artcile


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This is what the Work Management Service is for. On the User Profile Tasks page it accumulates the tasks from SharePoint, Project Server Sites and Exchange 2013 (if you have that and it's connected). Warning though, it has been removed from SharePoint 2016 and Office 365. Reference: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/12525....


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When you create a task in the workflow in SPD, simply change the content type to match the one that you want for that particular task. For instance, in the 'Start a Task Process' dialog, expand the 'Outcome Options' section and change the 'Task content type' as required. In the screenshot below, the highlighted portion is where you can select the ...



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