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Each task outputs a variable that holds the list item id of the associated task. When task A is complete, you can use that variable to look up the modified date of the task a list item and create a due date for task b. When task b is complete, you can use the variable output by that task to look up the modified date of that item to create a due date for ...


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Not sure if anyone's paying attention to this question anymore, but I just had the same issue. I had been using the "Start a Task Process" activity in the workflow, but I wanted to link the user directly to the edit page. Normally, the email contains a link to the view properties page for the task (i.e., the [%Task:URL%] variable). But then users need to ...


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The issue was that my email address was somehow not unique enough in SharePoint even though it should only point to one person (me). I changed my user approverstring concatenation to split users up with "Login names, semi-colon delimited" and changed the approval to "Start with [approverstring] as String"


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couple of things to check. Permission of Users on that list/library create some test alerts on that list check if it is working. Email addresses are on network or off network i.e gmail Check if Timer job for email alerts working? check this guide for detailed troubleshooting steps: http://sharepointalert.info/troubleshooting-sharepoint-alerts/ ...


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The Collect Data From User action outputs a list item ID as a variable. This is the item id of the task. You can use that variable to look up to the task list who modified the task item.


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I was able to sort and filter data view webpart using this link http://zioed.wordpress.com/2013/07/15/filter-on-headers-in-data-form-webpart-with-linked-data-source-sp2010/


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I ended up rebuilding the list, at which point I had the option to look up the field using the 'Workflow Lookup for a User' and 'Current List' option. I'd made some changes to the original list, such as allowing management of content types (and some other changes I don't remember) which seem to have limited my options. Since falaskaman's above comment is ...


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When creating a workflow choose the "Assign a To-Do Item", then when choosing users, select "Workflow Look up for a user" and select "Current List", and the "Assigned to" or whatever the field name you want to draw the users from. I tried to reword my previous comment in to a more general answer. EDIT: changed my reply form the unhelpful one, to the ...


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This may not be the most optimal of efficient solution, but it's a workaround that could work. If you are just looking to change the images, then what you could do is create a column in your list that includes the paths to the 5 different image URLs. Display the path on the .aspx page, but make it hidden. In your workflow, you could start it on the task ...


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By using StartApprovalProcess Action, the user can assign a task to one or many persons or to a Sharepoint group for approval process and it will create tasks for each member in the approval list. Open the respective Sharepoint site on SPD2010 Click on "Workflows" from the left navigation Select any of the available workflow template ( for example select ...


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This is specific to Issues Lists and Tasks Lists. There is a setting the List Settings -> Advanced Settings that lists if you would like to email the assigned user upon creating the item. Picture is from 2007, but the same setting is across all versions. To answer your question, if you have a list that doesn't derive from the parent Tasks/Issues list, ...



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