Adding your coworkers to Perdoo is very simple. You can invite individual users, or add them in bulk using .csv or our API. Below we'll run through how to add individuals. We'll then discuss who you should add to Perdoo, and when.
- To add users to your Perdoo account, you need to have admin rights.
- Don't want your colleagues to gain access to Perdoo yet? You can add them without sending them an invite 👍
Add individual users
- Click on Configure
- Navigate to the Users tab
- Click on Add user
- Add email (mandatory) and personal details (optional)
- Did you already create the group? Select the group this user belongs to. Alternatively, type the name of the group here to create it.
- Select a role
Group leads should have admin or superadmin rights. Group members should have standard rights.
- If you don't want the user to access Perdoo immediately, set Send invite to 'No'.
You can send the invite at a later point.
- Accept the Terms of Service
- Hit Submit
- To set the user as the group lead, go to the Groups tab in Configure, and edit the group they should lead.
If you want to get a head start by adding other users into the system, but you're not ready to invite them yet, you can still add them by selecting "No" under the Send invite option. The user will be added as reserved and ready to be invited once you're set up. Please note that users with reserved status are counted as active licenses.
Who should you add to Perdoo? And how to invite them?
Anyone participating in your OKR program should be able to access Perdoo. Depending on how you're defining your program, especially if they'll:
- Lead an OKR
- Own Initiatives
- Be accountable for results
- Update progress
Before you start sending out those Perdoo invitations, introduce the system to the Company so that it doesn't catch everyone off guard. (Check out our guidelines).
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Start by first adding the Executive team that will create Company OKRs along with the people who will be administrating the account. Once they understand both OKRs and Perdoo, you can continue with the rollout.
Learning OKR and adopting a new tool takes time, so we recommend to gradually invite users instead of massively inviting everyone. Start with executive, then move to group leads (or choose 2 or 3 teams to begin with), and then continue in batches until you've covered the entire organization.
Release the invitation once selected users have completed the OKR & Perdoo training and are ready to create and add their OKRs.