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Transparency is great, but sometimes things can't be shared with everyone. Whether there's an upcoming merger, or you're working on a classified partnership, you can mark any OKR or KPI as private in Perdoo. Manage all your goals in one place, even if they're not for everyone to see.
With Private OKRs and KPIs in Perdoo, you get complete flexibility over who sees what to balance transparency with reality.
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Admins or Superadmins must first enable this feature in Configure > Features > check the Private OKRs & KPIs box:
How to make an OKR private
Create or edit an Objective
Click Public to see the visibility options
Click More options to add Contributors (optional)
You can find your private OKRs in your Active OKRs tab, marked with a lock icon. Private OKRs are not included in reporting or team summaries, such as Goals or the Map, nor can you align them.
How to make a KPI private
Create or edit a KPI
Click Advanced Options
Choose to hide or unhide the KPI (private KPIs are visible to the Lead and Contributors only)
Add who else should see the KPI (optional)
Private KPIs are identified on user pages and KPI modals with a lock icon:
Click on the lock icon to reveal who the KPI is visible to:
💡 Pro tips:
It's not possible to change an Aligned OKR to Private from Public. You first need to Skip the Alignment.
Private KPIs can have aligned Objectives created from them, but the aligned Objective will remain private, also to the same people ("visible to" in the KPI becomes "Contributors" in the OKR).
If you just need more time to create your OKR, you could save your OKR as a draft instead.
Want to see all your KPIs in one place (including private KPIs)? Head to your KPI Boards. The KPIs will only be visible to the people you choose.
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