I am using our Sharepoint 3.0 server to handle a Purchasing system which comminicates the various stages of workflows via email.
I've never really used the Assign a "to-do" item to a user but wondered if it could be used in a similar fashion to the emails being sent?
The emails often contain direct links to list items or links to start workflows on the items they must deal with.
The reason I ask is because some users who will be using the system do not always have access to email, but all have access to the Sharepoint intranet and if I can assign them a task which is visible on thier homepage, it may be more effective.
I'm not quite sure what you want to achieve: do you want to display "Todo list" instead of using emails? The solution is: extract user's tasks and display on the page. There is a built-in webpart (MSUserTasks.dwp).
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