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bendeichp Absent Member.
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New feature subtasks in 3.1: insufficient rights

Hi Forum,

I can't move a task below another as a subtask due to insufficient rights.
The tasks are in a team workspace and was created by another team member.
I can edit both tasks. Only the buttons to change the order or move tasks below / above are grayed out.
Tasks are ordered ascending like describe din the documentaion.

Unfortunately the documentaion says nothing about rights to move tasks above or below....

Any hints?

Cheers,
Pascal

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bendeichp Absent Member.
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Re: New feature subtasks in 3.1: insufficient rights

Hi,

i need the right called
"Modify, Move, or Delete Folders and Workspaces"
which is _not_ default in the team member role.
With the default rights only a workspace / folder admin or the owner can create such subtasks or modify the order.....
If i create a new role with the additional right, and assign this role to the team for a workspace, all members can move,modify and delete all folders and workspaces.
If this is not what I want, a workarround would be to modify the access control only for the task folder, which is time intense.
Is that exactly what novell wanted?

Cheers,
Pascal

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ssmusupport Absent Member.
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Re: New feature subtasks in 3.1: insufficient rights

Well thanks for being the only person to post about this. I am having the same issue too. It doesn't make much sense to have this feature and only allow Workspace creators/owners to have this feature. All team members should have it by default. I still haven't figured out how to modify just the task folder permissions, but no doubt will eventually. The way this is now, it's like a Windows system requiring administrator privileges for a user to create a subfolder on his/her desktop. There has to be a better way.
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