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I want to create an approval workflow that goes like this.

Form filled in -> click submit -> send to first person to approve ->(if not rejected)-> send to second person to approve ->(if not rejected)-> send to last person(no approve).

Does somebody have a workflow in sharepoint designer that does this? Or a tutorial which actually shows the workflow steps in designer?

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You could use a state machine workflow for this, and have a custom approval task that changes additional customized "Approval Status" columns. See sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/36969/… for a general idea of how to create a state machine workflow in SPD2k10 –  Thomas W. May 29 '12 at 16:59

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Based on this article you can have serial or parallel recipients and have multiple assignment stages.

Pay more attention on Change the behaviour of a single task and Assigned to Users

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try visiting this site guys... http://1realitycheck.wordpress.com/2012/11/18/how-to-make-a-simple-2-level-approval-workflow-in-sharepoint-2010/

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Laura Rogers has some great tutorials on approval workflows using OOTB technologies, such as InfoPath and SharePoint Designer. Here are some posts / demos you might find helpful:

Stephen Howard also has an excellent set of approval workflow tutorials on Office.com:

The workflow gets slightly tricky if the "approvers" change every time the workflow runs, but it can be done. It is easy if the approvers are the same every time.

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