This is probably easy to do but I can't figure it out.
Let's say I have job titles: Job I, Job II, Job III in a Department I. What would my workflow look like if I needed to send an email (when a task created) to just Job III in a Department I?
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@imflowers ....I'm guessing your Department is a SharePoint column and Job Title 1, 2, 3,... are the values. All you need to do is instead of putting the hard code value of Job Title...you insert Deptartment from the item property.
@imflowers, if I understand what you are trying to accomplish, I assume there is a condition which determines the associated job, and department? You could accomplish this in many ways: you could create a reference list, which includes the condition field, with the resulting Job name and department, and include a lookup to the condition field, then use a switch action to assign your email notification via that list. You could set conditions in the workflow, that define the Job and department. I will be happy to help you, if you want to share more details.
@imflowers using query user profiles get the user's information and then put your assign task action inside Run If action. Using AND operator put your two condition if job workflow variable = Job III AND department workflow variable is Dept. I
@imflowers try to build follow steps:
Remember that the loop will not move further if the task is not yet completed. So I'll suggest you create a new workflow that will create the task only.