you are still running the Filter action inside of a for loop
You do not need that
Now that you have the length figured out
Now just add a condition action to check if the length(filter output) is equal to 2
If YES, then both users have approved
If NO, then 1 or both have rejected
responses is a collection
use filter array to filter each response and check with Approve
then use length function length of filter array output to see how many approved
If count is 2 - then both approvers have approved
If this post helps, then please consider Accept it as the solution to help the other members find it more quickly
The Everyone must approve type returns the Outcome as a comma delimited list of individual outcomes. So I would Split the outcome into an array. Do a ForEach on the Array and if any value is "Reject" then set a variable to Reject, if not set it to Approve. YOu can also use the values in the Array to set the fields in SharePoint that you want updated.
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