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Are you looking for Workflow Context:Current User? On the collect data from user, click this user and select Workflow Lookup for a user and then set Workflow Context and Current User, unless this is triggered off an item create/change then you could use the Current Item Created By or Modified By from that window instead.


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First off what SharePoint are you using? With SharePoint 2010 and up you can do the following: You trigger the event in the workflow and then send a mail. In the To set whoever. in the CC you can use workflow lookup current item and choose add recipients witch I understand as a field in your list. Your question is very hard to understand. Hope this ...


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From the information provided in your post I see that you developed your solution on a version of SharePoint which is newer than the version of SharePoint used on production environment. IMO, this is a bad practice if you don't plan to upgrade the production environment, because who knows what has changed between two builds of SharePoint. If I was you, I ...


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works when the field is set to ID instead


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This action is not aviabale for sharepoint 2013 designer. Copy List Item (SharePoint Designer 2013 supports only the document-copying action.) Check this ArticleDiscontinued features in SharePoint Designer 2013


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In the lookup you should select DataSource = Task List Once you select that you will get extra fields at the bottom Select Field from source = Task Comments Return field as string Find the list item : Field = Task ID Value = Workflow variable task id



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