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“I want usertasks to be reassigned if the assignee is currently absent. How would I do this in Camunda?”

As always, there is plenty of possible approaches to handle this situation. One of them begin a Task Listener. I created a little snippet that demonstrates how this can work:

Absence Manager Snippet on GitHub

For those of you who don’t want to build and deploy this demo application right away, there is also a little screencast below.

How to handle absent Assignees from camunda on Vimeo.

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