Yes, you can assign the Owner using expressions:
$(if Service == "SpecificService" then Owner else null)
"Owner" will be populated from the Service Request.
Also make sure to have assigned the "TeamOwner" on the same way to make sure that it does not fails.
Hope this helps.
Sent from my mobile, that explains the lack of pictures and the shortage on words... Grammar errors would still be inexcusable.
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I am sorry, I started using "Extended Tasks" pretty soon and kind off forgot that there is a "Standard Task" block:
As you can see, the "Extended Task" is like a template, you can fill any field, there you can type the Expression (...) although I tried an expression like the one I used on my previous post and it failed :
So I decided to try a different approach, I created an "If" block that will handle the logic and when true, the task would be created pointing to the owner and when a false an identical task would be created without an owner (here is up to you, the task can be different, or not create task at all...):
How to assign it to Owner of Service Request:
This would be the result in a case where "Borrow" was the option selected:
Hope this workaround is good enough for you!
Very nice, thank you.