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See all tasks and alerts from all sites in one place

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Is it possible for a user to see all his/her own tasks and alerts from all sites in SP 2010? Is there anything in MySites for example that show it?
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by:GeorgeGergues
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You can use the Content Query web part

that is part of the Enterprise Publishing , so you will need to enable that feature at the site you are planning to place this webpart.

Best of luck.
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by:MisUszatek
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So there is no OOB web part to show it?
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by:GeorgeGergues
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this is an OOB Microsoft webpart
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by:MisUszatek
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So let me rephrase: there is no OOB web part to show all tasks from all sites for a given user in SP 2010?

And also: are you sure that using the Content Query web part you can show user alerts?
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by:GeorgeGergues
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CQWP can show any specific  type of Items with certain criteria  (hence the name Query)


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You didn't answer my questions...
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[1] So let me rephrase: there is no OOB web part to show all tasks from all sites for a given user in SP 2010?
NO

And also: are you sure that using the Content Query web part you can show user alerts?
Yes : CQWP can show any specific  type of Items with certain criteria  (hence the name Query)
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by:sabby447
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Look for My tasks web part .. that gives you tasks assigned to you only, Works good for one site for sure, You can integrate that to Content query to get all sites if that doesnt bring back that one site.

Are these project tasks : then you may want to look at project server as that is a great tool for that purpose and gives you a consolidated view across project tasks from multiple projects to users
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