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I found the reason why this was happening to me if anyone else ever has this issue. I kept editing my workflow, and deleting all the previous versions, hense it deleted all the work associated with it, and why my lists ended up being blank. So, be careful when you are deleted previous versions of a workflow even if you just edited one little line.


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You have messed up your if statements. See the image below and change your if blocks accordingly. This image is not taken from the designer. I have edited your image to show the correct sequence.


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You have accidentally nested The if's. Move the second if down until it is outside of the first if and you should be fine.


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I prefer editing in the Default Edit Form. The best way to edit that way is to go to another view like (All Tasks, My Tasks, etc.) click on the editable link (Title) Clock on the Edit Form button. Then you will get the form that looks a lot like the Default New Item


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Just an fyi for anyone that is stumped on adding custom actions on task lists -- I've found for task lists, specifically, if you are creating a new View Ribbon custom action, you will need to change the Ribbon Location syntax to: Ribbon.Tasks.Actions.Controls._children instead of Ribbon.ListItem.Actions.Controls._children for all other list types.


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Cause: This happens when the time zone of the server does not match the time zone of the site (or that of the user if they have set a time zone override preference). When you use the Collect Data From User workflow action to collect a "date and time" value and configure it to display as "date only", the value is still stored as a date and time, which ...


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This is less a "SharePoint thing" and more a "JavaScript thing". If you have the counts, you can poke them into the DOM wherever you want them. All those counters are are divs or spans or lis that contain the numbers. So if you design the markup you want and style it the way you want, then you can drop the numbers into the containers with your script.


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If you go to site content page, check number of items shown for task List. If this is showing 0, then there are no items so no point in checking any views. You might want to check recycle bin , if its manually deleted by some other member, if multiple users are administrating this.


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I am not sure what 'users open tasks' refers to but to use jquery ,any other library and css you could create a custom webpart for sharepoint or a sharepoint app with an apppart if using 2013, this allows you to leverage all CSS,HTML and any libraries you need with use of the sharepoint JSOM. Basic operations using JavaScript library code


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I can suggest you two ways to do that Using SharePoint Timer Job which runs monthly You can create a custom timer job which will iterate through all the the sites and then tasks list within a webapp. Then for each tasklist you can find the newly created and unfinished tasks format them in a presentable way and then use SpUtility.SendMail() to send the ...


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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.



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