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Martin's solution is very straightforward but you can also expand on this by using content types to allow for an approval process that performs another action.The Content Approval feature permits you to create a list or a document library where items or files that are submitted by users are not visible to other site users until the items or the files are approved by a user (such as the site administrator) who belongs to a site group that has the Manage Lists right.I have a custom list that is being used as a "ticket" system for requests from users to our technical group.We have 3 different "departments" who work these tickets, each with a corresponding "status" field with choices for "not started", "in progress" and "complete".I am assuming that this can be accomplished with some code?

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Use a workflow to manage content approval for a library You can use a workflow to manage content approval (also called moderation) in libraries for which content approval is required.

For instance this is an obvious scenario to perform any desired operation like “creating a Global Settings List in Host Web” during App Installation, similarly it is also a valid scenarios where an Email notification needs to send to the App Users with some of the relevant information regarding the app or taking backup of the App Data or Settings on to the Host Web before actually removing the App during App Uninstallation.

Due to such valid business cases, it is necessary to have a mechanism to handle such events from within the Apps and that’s where Remote Event Handler comes into play.

There are broadly two types of Remote Events most likely to be triggered out of an App: Step1: User Performs Operations that generates an event in Share Point [Be it App or List Events] Step2: Share Point then look for registered Web Service Endpoint designated to handle this event remotely Step3: Web Service Endpoint process the instructions based on the Event generated from within Share Point and returns the result back to Share Point.

In order to perform any action directly from within the Web Service, Web Service Endpoint needs to call Access Control Service to obtain its own signed token.