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Individuals or groups of people who receive a task. Each person receives the same task. Any one of them can claim ownership of a task, making it unavailable for all others.
Individuals or groups of people who may not become an actual or potential owner and thus they may not reserve or start the task.
Individuals or groups of people who can influence the progress of a task, for example, by adding attachments or simply observing the state changes of the task. They are also allowed to perform administrative actions on the task instance and associated notifications, such as resolving missed deadlines.
The person who creates the task instance. Depending on how a task is instantiated, a task initiator may or may not be defined. A case where the initiator could be known is when the actual owner or business administrator of Task A initiates Task B.
At runtime, a task initiator may skip the task, if it is enabled as "skippable." The task appears in the initiator's task view with a Skip button. For details, see
Required and Optional Properties for a Task.
(Task and notification)
Individuals or groups of people who are responsible for ensuring that the task or notification is completed. As such, Administrators can assign a task to any user or claim a task for themselves in order to work on it. An Administrator can also see a list of all task instances for all potential and actual owners of a task. When you set up task deadlines, you can trigger events, such as notifications, that can be targeted for Administrators.
Administrators have the same permissions as task stakeholders.
In addition to selecting individuals or groups to receive the task, you can specify constraints concerning delegation of the task to others. By default, there is no constraint. Potential owners, the actual owner or a business administrator can delegate a task to any other user.
On the All tab of a task, you can select anybody,
nobodyor potential owners. You can also specify individual or groups of delegatees by creating a literal, expression, or logical people group.
Individuals or groups of people who receive notifications.
Updated December 05, 2022