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andreas42

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Dear all,

I've searched the forum, FAQ and the internet, but either its so
obvious that nobody needs to talk about it or I'm not able to find
the information.

The work-flow is:


  1. Somebody has assigned a task to me.
  2. I accept the task
  3. Than I update the status (like 75%, add a comment or just mark it as "done")
  4. The author of the taks get informed about the update



Is it possible to have the author of the taks informed about the
change of the status automatically?

I've tested this with two Account on the web-client,
but I don't get the status updated. Any feedback welcome!

Thanks in advance and best regards from Germany,

Andreas

[Updated on: Wed, 16 July 2008 08:46]

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andreas42

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does nobody have an idea how if this works?
I still could not find any info about this.
Any hints?

Thx!
Andreas
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kevinc

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*bump*

Did anyone ever get an answer to this? I got the impression from the user guide that only the "initiator" can send updates to the person that the task was assigned. Would be nice to send updates back to the initiator. Can anyone please confirm?

TIA!
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oknittel

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This is exactly our Problem. It's not helpfull if only the initiator can send updates. We give task to sevral People and they have to to the task. I want to know if they have done it or not or started etc. Crying or Very Sad So do anybody have a solution for this problem? that when the task is changed by anybody, that it will be send the update to all who are in the task?

Thanks Oli
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