It is possible to do but will require creating a custom field at the task level that aggregates all of the resource names. The email function only lets you go one hop in the data model. A simpler solution would be to create a separate rule to notify resources when their task becomes active instead of trying to do it all from one rule.
Update successor task to active when current task set to completed and notify resource.
I need to set up a work flow rule that sets the state of a successor task to active when it's predecessor is set to complete. I have been able to get this to work but am having trouble accessing the resources of the successor through the data object model. Can this be done in a similar way to accessing resources of the current object?
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Would you be willing to share how you were able to set up the work flow rule to set the state of a successor task to active when it's predecessor is set to complete?