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What you're actually writing with the => statement is asking if it comes alphabetically afterwards. The HS.ReviewStatus function returns a text string. To put it another way, you may as well be asking about "Bat", "Cat", and "Dog"
"Cat" => "Bat" because it comes afterwards alphabetically. When you use the "Review Level 2" string, "Review Level 3" is => "Review Level 2" simply because when viewed as a single string, they're the same until you get to the last character, so then 3 > 2.
So, with that being said, alphabetically, the order goes like this:
"Review Level 1"
"Review Level 2"
"Review Level 3"
Since that doesn't really make sense from an HFM perspective, you should definitely use the second approach. I wouldn't use the ">" sign at all personally since it just leaves it open to risk. But for what you're doing, it doesn't actually hurt here.
Jeo, thanks for the info.
i modified the rule to include submitted/published and i get the results i wanted
THanks for the help