Content Approval - for users except self if i am the approver

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We have approvals enabled. But since i´m one of the approvers, by user or by role, doesnt matter, I should not need to click "Send for approval"-->"Approve"-->"Publish" to Publish stuff (also i get mails and notifications) I should be able to Publish right away.

That would be neat. Fair?

Request from my editors

Regards

#187754
Edited, Feb 01, 2018 23:12
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Definitely a +1 from me as well. :-)

#187761
Feb 02, 2018 8:14
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Seems very reasonable. +1

#187763
Feb 02, 2018 8:57
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I'm late to the party here but if you editors really want this feature then you could reverse the usage of the isUserInApprovalSequence() method I blogged about here and just publish instead:

https://www.david-tec.com/2017/10/preventing-editors-approving-their-own-content-using-episerver-approval-sequences/

Bear in mind they would lose the ability to add a approval comment if thats how the sequence has been configured.

David

#187900
Feb 05, 2018 21:51
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Welcome to the party, don´t seem to be able to approve from EPiServer.ContentEventArgs, e.Cancel is easy, but you don-t have a e.Approve. any thoughts?

Would be lovely even before push button to have the Publish instead of "Send for Approval" if user is approver.

#187967
Feb 07, 2018 15:37
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I would probably need to build a custom approval step... still..

#187968
Feb 07, 2018 15:38
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