We have Microsoft Offices Sharepoint Services 2007 installed on our SharePoint server, and I'm trying to use SharePoint Designer to create a simple workflow.
I want the following overall effect:
1. User A logs in and enters one or more work items. He has three fields to fill out.
2. User B (the "team lead") logs in and sees the items that User A has created. He can modify any of User A's work items, and has two or three additional fields per work item that he can fill out.
3. When User B finishes his step, SharePoint forwards them to User A. User A can now see (but not edit) the extra fields that User B added. User A now performs some task in the real world based on this information.
The key concept here is that User A submits an item with N fields, and by the end of the workflow, they receive their original item with M additional fields.
Any tips on how to implement this type of workflow?