Or can I assign into two persons, say Peter and David, once Peter has done his part, he can past it on to David.
For example the task is about "Setting up server infrastructure", so Peter is to setup the servers while David is a networking guy to connect the servers to the firewall.
Or I should create two tasks, Peter to setup the servers, David to hook those into the firewall.
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