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On a Task Review - require an indication on who has picked it up

Harjit Cholia 6 months ago in Productivity Management updated by Jonathan LaRose 6 months ago 1

As a reviewer, if the task has gone out to a group of individuals, you can't establish who is working on it.


On normal tasks, you can configure it as 'one must close', allowing someone to take ownership. You can't quite replicate this behaviour on a review task and ultimately, you could have multiple people working on unintentionally.





I support the notion of some communication to others when one person "picked it up". It could be an optional notification or validation in the inbox or even an alert. It's a great idea that needs some follow through to improve communication options.