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If a work item has multiple assignees (actors), it behaves in a way similar way to "first decides" approval stage: whoever first approves/rejects it, decides on the whole work item. It is currently not possible to mimic "all must approve" behavior. The difference between multi-approver work item and multi-approver "first decides" approval stage is subtle but real. For example, multi-approver work item is delegated/escalated as a whole; whereas multi-approver "first decides" stage creates single independent work item for each approver; which can be escalated independently of the others.

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