SharedWorkspaceTask Object (Office)
Published: July 09, 2012
The SharedWorkspaceTask object represents a task in a shared document workspace. Member of the SharedWorkspaceTasks collection.
Beginning with Microsoft Office 2010, this object or member has been deprecated and should not be used.
Use the SharedWorkspaceTask object to manage tasks assigned to the members who are collaborating on the documents in the shared workspace.
Use the Item(index) property of the SharedWorkspaceTasks collection to return a specific SharedWorkspaceTask object.
Use the Title property to set the text of the task that appears on the Tasks tab of the Shared Workspace task pane and on the shared workspace Web page. Use the Description property to supply additional information about the task.
Assign the task to a member of the workspace using the AssignedTo property and the member's domain user name. Specify a due date for the task using the DueDate property.
Use the enumerations for task Priority and Status to indicate the relative importance of the task and to update the task's status.
Use the Save method to upload changes to the server after you modify properties of the SharedWorkspaceTask object.
Use the CreatedBy, CreatedDate, ModifiedBy, and ModifiedDate properties to return information about the history of each task.
The following example returns the number of tasks in the shared workspace and information about each task.
Dim swsTask As Office.SharedWorkspaceTask Dim strTaskInfo As String strTaskInfo = "The shared workspace contains " & _ ActiveWorkbook.SharedWorkspace.Tasks.Count & " Task(s)." & vbCrLf For Each swsTask In ActiveWorkbook.SharedWorkspace.Tasks strTaskInfo = strTaskInfo & swsTask.Title & vbCrLf & _ " - Description: " & swsTask.Description & vbCrLf & _ " - Assigned to: " & swsTask.AssignedTo & vbCrLf & _ " - Due date: " & swsTask.DueDate & vbCrLf & _ " - Priority: " & swsTask.Priority & vbCrLf & _ " - Status: " & swsTask.Status & vbCrLf Next MsgBox strTaskInfo, vbInformation + vbOKOnly, _ "Tasks in Shared Workspace" Set swsTask = Nothing