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I am currently having similar issues. I did find someone on another post with some helpful advice that may help readers of this post. Apparently you should use the user's ID in a task or email because it possible that the task or email will be sent to some users and not others. It is worth a try. It seems to have help the issue I am currently experiencing.
There is a field which could be used for programmatically distinguishing: ows_ParentID If this field is empty then the task is a parent task. It there is a value present then this means that the current task has a parent task with the ID that is stored. Example for a rest call getting the parent Task of a Task with the ID of 2: ...
Maybe creating AD group and than instead of a username you put AD group name. That is how we did this for alerts and some other notifications. and answer to your question is yes, you can send an email to group. here is a topic about it: Definitive answer to sending emails to SP Group from Workflow
for me it was resolved after patching to 15.0.4745.1001 - Aug 2015 - Cumulative update- KB3055009 . it was SP1 - 15.0.4569.1000 - version before which have calendar filter view problems on task list views
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