Certainly! It appears that the current approval workflows are limited to binary decisions, either approved or not approved. However, you're looking for a more flexible approach where multiple, non-binary decisions can be made by different individuals in a sequential manner, almost like a second-level form.
To achieve this in MachForm, you could consider implementing a system where the "Send Form Data to Another Website" logic is used to pass the data from one form to another. This would allow different individuals along the approval chain to provide additional information without altering each other's data.
For example, let's say you're a library, and the department responsible for book repair submits a form detailing damage to a specific book. This form can be routed to the librarian responsible for that subject. The librarian can then fill in information about the book's importance, duplication status, availability, etc. This process maintains a non-binary approach, and neither party can modify the other's data.
In summary, while MachForm may not directly support multi-step forms for this purpose, you can achieve your desired workflow by setting up a system where data is passed from one form to another using the "Send Form Data to Another Website " logic. This way, you can gather the necessary information from various parties involved in the process without compromising data integrity.