When it’s time to conduct the Check-in, you can click on the respective Check-in and are directly forwarded to an overview page of this Check-in. Here you can see who already prepared their Check-ins, what their answers were and which Key Results the team members linked their answers to. The latter can be done by hovering over the paperclips.
The second half of the page is called Goals.
💡 Both sections are usually used to conduct the Check-in in the team, i.e. reflect as a team on what you have worked on since the last Check-in and how your OKRs have evolved since then. The Team may derive actions that drive their Key Results to improve the progress of the OKR.
With the format known from the For Me Page, the teams see the current Progress and Confidence Level of the Goals and also when their Key Results were last updated. Furthermore, answers given in the Check-in and linked to certain Goals or Key Results will be shown underneath each Goal. Goals can also be updated directly from this view, without leaving the Check-in.
💡 Also, look for Goals that have no answers attached. This may indicate that too little attention is being paid to this objective.
This view shows all relevant Goals for the Team, i.e. Goals of the team and Goals that the team is collaborating on at the time of the Check-in. Thus, if you want to look at a Check-in you conducted the last cycle, you’ll see the Goals that were relevant back then.
Click here to learn more about how to prepare your Check-in.