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Hello I'm starting to work with Sharepoint and found a problem I could not understand how to solve and need your help. I have a list of tasks that must be managed by a particular group. I prepared a page where to insert this filtered list of three ways: in the first frame only tasks not started, in the second frame only tasks in the development process and in the third frame tasks in approval. The problem: a certain group of users can edit a task, and another group can only edit some specific fields. How do I solve this problem?

Practical example: The project manager can create a task. The developer can open a task and change the status to "development", but can not change the task details. The developer can change the status of this task to "approval".

Thank you very much.

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In the most basic sense this can't be done--I mean setting permissions by field. However, this can be done with two lists and connect them via workflows. So, in the first list give the managers full-control and create a workflow so that when they add a task it creates a new task in the developers' task list, which the developers have rights to. If you want to add the Task Description to the developers' list you can make it read-only on this list but writable on the managers' task list. Then create a workflow on the developers' task list that updates the status of the task on the managers' task list when the child task is updated.

Update: I said give the managers full-control but this isn't necessary. Contribute rights is sufficient on both lists just don't give the developers rights on the managers' list.

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