User --> Approver 1 --> Approver 2 ---> Approver 3
User - Fill the form and submit it
Approver 1 - Add more information on it, modify the information entered by user and approves it
Approver 2 - Add more information on it, modify the information entered by user and approver 1 and approves it
Approver 3 - Add more information on it, modify the information entered by user, approver 1 and approver 2 and approves and finishes it
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your best option would be to design workflow based on state machine action.
the state machine will have (at least) 3 branches/states - one for each approver.
one another state like new/init is highly recommended and it might help you to restart workflow from the most recent state in case of problems.
you can read more on design principles eg. in following threads
if you search through the forum you will definitely find plenty of good posts on the topic.
Can you please let us know how you achieve it.
this can be done by assigning flexi task and then editing the task form. on the task form you can add list columns that the submitter may have already completed, that the approver can change at the same time as "approving" or "rejecting". this is something I have done lots of and is the beauty of using both Nintex workflow and Nintex forms together.