Generally, we recommend that goals are updated on a weekly basis so that you always have an up-to-date view of how your goals are progressing. However, some goals, especially longer-term ones, don't progress as often as others. For example, your annual OKR may only need updating once a month, while your quarterly OKRs every week.
Perdoo offers you the flexibility to choose how often each goal should be updated, anywhere between weekly and yearly, so that your Check-ins only reflect goals requiring an update.
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By default: The update frequency for company KPIs will be set to monthly. The update frequency for group KPIs will be based on the Check-in cycle frequency in Configure > Check-ins.
You'll find the option to customize the update frequency for a KPI under Advanced Options when creating or editing a KPI:
For OKRs, you have 2 options:
You can customize the update frequency when creating or editing an OKR, under More options.
A goal will surface in a Check-in at the start of each new update cycle. So if update frequency for a goal is set to monthly, the goal will automatically appear again in the first Check-in of a new month.
Goals won't be considered outdated until 7 days after their last update cycle. So if we're currently living in week 5 and the update frequency for a goal is set to weekly, it will only be marked as outdated by the end of week 6.
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