In my opinioun, admin (for example) should be able to see all tasks in the system. Currently, I cannot see tasks that are owned by my secretary but not assigned to me. Somehow, that prevents the idea of being able to supervise a project: If one single task is set erroneously concerning owner and assignees, it vanishes for the supervisor. Also, for minor task, I don't want to own the task and I don't want to be assigned (I don't want to micromanage others), but still, I need to be able to see the progress. How to do that? Explicitly giving permissions for that project doesn't make the hidden tasks appear.\nOr do we need a supervisor role? Any discussion is appreciated. Klaus

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Klaus (opto) tracked down the cause of this one.. it appears that there was a bad permissions check in there. It's since been resolved going forward.
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