Release 1.1

New MyObjectives Header

MyObjectives has a new simplified header to enhance the user experience and streamline options into two categories, “Actions” and “Reporting.” Additionally, users can now access their profile preferences through the profile avatar.

Attaching Documents to an Objective

Attach documents to an objective while editing status.

Convert Objectives Using the Actions Button

Convert an existing objective on the scorecard to a Goal or Task under “Actions.”

View Priority Distribution Page

After moving into the Do phase, users can view the priority distribution of objectives on their team’s scorecard.

Improved Scoring

Teams are awarded points after moving the status of an objective to “1. Started.”

Adding Links to an Objective

Add any website link to objectives using the “Edit” option on each objective.

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