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I am having this issue as well, as best I can see this is the only way around it, (note I am using a 2013 List Workflow) Add a Yes/No column to the List the workflow is subscribed to called "Continue Workflow". Set this field to No before assigning the task. Add a Lookup column called "Workflow Item" to your Tasks list referencing the list the workflow ...


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"WORKFLOWS" should be answer in your case. You can build one using SharePoint Designer or go for third party workflows using Nintex or K2 Which help building wfs in browser quick time.


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Can't think of any way in which you could move a task from one library to another, but a generic solution would be to close your "Request" task once its specifics are defined (such as that it should be assigned to "Printing") and based on a workflow create a new task in the "Printing" task list. Can't think of any elegant way though!


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You can create folder using SharePoint designer workflow by adding folder content type in list and then add action "Create list item" in workflow in which will create item using folder content type to create folder in list. Steps are given in this Post


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Based on the wording of your question, it sounds like all you're wanting to do is add additional date fields to the list and manually update those fields and have them display in your list views? If you're wanting to monitor the record and have it automatically update the date fields, this can be done using SharePoint workflows. Below is a screenshot of ...


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We have now fixed this, it was actually quite simple: Go to IE, Internet Options, Advanced, Untick within the Security section the option called: Do not save encrypted Pages to Disk


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Here is something you might try if you are still looking. This is powershell but will add tasks from a CSV file. You need the project Guid and task names. It created a parent task (Mine is hard coded but not necessary) then creates the sub tasks. Here is the code: cls function Load_SPAddin() { $ver = $host | select version if ($ver.Version.Major -gt 1) ...


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1. Recording completion date of task when it is marked as completed. ( In your case a check box so below formula may change or you) You can create a calculated column Completion Date =IF([Status]=="Completed",[Modified],"Not Completed") This will capture the date when task is marked completed in the task list. 2. To track tasks which are already ...


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No, its not possible without coding. You need to do coding for when user complete the task, you store completion date.


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Would simple adding a column with 'End date' to the task list suffice? You can fill out your own completion date.



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