MyObjectives Update:
Release 2.1

Tagging objectives your way

You can now tag your objectives with keywords that matter to your team, allowing you to sort and filter on just those objectives you’ve tagged to your liking. Maybe you’ve put work on an objective “On Hold” or you subscribe to time management methods where an objective is “Urgent” or “A1” – they’re open for your imagination. Rumor has it some players are already tagging their objectives by food group (!?) so we’d like to point out that Chocolate is not actually a food group regardless of how “Essential” it might be in your diet.

Start and End Work

Facilitating communication within teams and across the organization is a guiding philosophy in MyObjectives, so we’ve added the ability to put start and end dates on objectives. Now your teams can know that initial progress isn’t expected until the third Tuesday next month, but that work is expected to be wrapped up before the next Harvest Moon.

Short Report on Reporting

Have you noticed that MyObjectives is becoming a treasure trove of information about how your teams organize and achieve success in their work? Want more ways to slice and dice the information gathered as a by-product of achieving success?  We thought you would, so we created a couple of new reports. And noticed that the Report menu was getting long enough that A Better Way was needed.  Now you have a tidy screen directory of available reports to help you find the report that proves Chocolate is a food group.

Happily, Sadly, Other

You’re in the business of growing your business, and we’re in the business of helping you achieve success. Sadly, software occasionally gets written to do a thing or two differently than we intended.  Happily, our team finds and fixes those things.  Really happily, we’ve done it again: More bug fixes enhance your experience!  Sadly, Chocolate not being a food group is not a bug.  Happily, our team is committed to making software where Chocolate is a food group.  Stay tuned.

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