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Description field on the Task list is of type multi line of text and by default it is set to allow Enhanced rich text (Rich text with pictures, tables, and hyperlinks) which is why you are getting Carriage returns in your text. Option 1: you can change it to plain text if you don't need Rich text Option 2: When you enter text that has these characters, ...


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If you turn on versioning for the list, you will be able to see the accumulated changes in the version history of each item.


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Sure, you can use any tool you want in your Stack. They are all just Task-Runners doing something you do not want to do manually. Gulp is great because you can write script using familiar JavaScript/TypeScript lingo But you have to be sensible, with Task runners in a NodeJS environment you are extending your Stack: Your IDE calls a CMD file CMD file ...


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The Assigned To column is a Person or Group column, which is not supported to be used to create lookup column as what states in the documentation below: Create list relationships by using unique and lookup columns As a workaround, you can create an extra Text column, apply a custom workflow or Event Receiver to copy the value of the Assigned To column to ...


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Do you mean that the Project Task and Issue are lists on your site ? You can add a ‘content query web part’ to display the project task or the Issue .Then detailed steps are like following: Open the change on which you want to show the web part . Click Site Setting >Edit Page>Add a web part >Content Query web part>Edit >Modify shared web part. Set the ...


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When a SPD workflow creates a task, it outputs a item GUID representing the list item of the task created. Using this GUID, you will be able to use the workflow action "Update Item in List" to reference the task list, specify your updated field values in the task list and then, this is the key bit, set the Lookup field to 'GUID' and the 'where' drop down to ...


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You should be able to get save the comments field into a variable like this (screen shot from a task process WF though)



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