Using a request form to add a new task to an existing task (using the ID)

It would be great if we had an option in the request forms that we can add a new task to an existing one. 

It could look like that: 

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Great suggestion!

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Yes - also we in DE agree that we would have a great benefit with this feature 👍

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Or an other idea to add a subtask trough a request:

so the task ID is automatically assigned from the existing task.

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Great idea and a very useful feature! 👍

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Hi everyone! This is an interesting idea, thank you for posting and supporting 🤗 So, in short, you'd like to have an option here to also create a new subtask, is that correct? 

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Hi Lisa, 
yes, that's right. But the best way would be that it's possible to use the same request form to create a duplicated task or an new duplicated subtask.

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Got it, thank you for clarifying, Malina Schmitt 🙌 I'm passing your suggestion to our Product team now 👍 

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