I think you can do this through coding. You can do this by adding a condition in the "create" method that checks the manager of the person that the task is being assigned to him, if this manager is the current logged in user , " you ", then let the "create" method do the creation, otherwise , raise an exception saying that : " the person you are creating a task on is not one of your subordinates"
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