Only if that "group" is a user in Confluence. You're better off just @mentioning all the people you want on the line with the task so they get notified and can see it in their workbox. Using a user account as a group also prevents you from getting the benefit of using Confluence as a collaboration tool. If it's a really big group, share the page with the group and put in a message about the task.
We are using a workaround for that. Our groups have e-mail adresses which are forwarded to the team members. So we added some group "dummy" user we can @ mention and then the user in that group are beeing notified. Not the most elegant solution but working. And this also makes it possible to share pages with groups.
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