I have a requirement for users to be able to submit a set of documents to a particular team for review.
Document Sets seem to be the right answer for the submissions, however the tricky part is the security.
The requirement is that only the person who submitted the Document Set, and the reviewing team (always the same) have permission to see the submission as the documents may be sensitive from time to time.
Users must also be able to see their existing submissions to see it's existing approval status.
Any ideas? Am I perhaps approaching this the wrong way?
thats exactly the idea of a document set, so from my point of view you are on the right track. As I currently have no dev system available to prove, its just my guess that you can setup a SPD (SharePoint
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