The Multi-goals widget is similar to the Goals widget (singular) and can be used by choosing multiple goals and their aligned goals at the same time.  

For example, you can display all goals that are interdependent, or special projects that have something in common that you'd like to track in one place. 

To add a Multi-Goals widget: 

  • Click "add widgets" and select "Multi-goals."
  • By default, the widget will display all goals that have been assigned to you, sorted by status. 
  • Click on the settings icon (the little gear) at the top left of the widget.  This will take you to the settings of the widget. 
  • Choose the information you want to display. See your options below.
  1. Your goals (everything assigned to you)
  2. Your teams goals (everything assigned to you, and anyone that reports to you)
  3. Other team's goals (everything that is assigned to the person you search for, and their team)
  4. Goals I'm watching (you don't own these goals, you just selected to "watch them"
  5. Specific goals to search for.  This is the most common way to use the multi-goals widget.
  • Select how you'd like to display your information.  See your options below.
  1. Table 

After selecting "table":

  • Choose your display and filter options.  For example, If you only want to display top priority goals that are aligned to "driving customer engagement" indicate that in the filter at the bottom. 
  • Choose your sorting options.  For example, if you want your gantt chart to be sorted by "due date" at the top, indicate that.
  • Choose your display.  If you want to display your header and any extra information, check those boxes.
  • To display weighting, offset (how ahead/behind from target the different items are) and to provide units, check off "weights" "offset" and "Units."

2. Gantt View

After selecting "Gantt Chart"

  • Choose your display and filter options.  For example, If you only want to display a certain weighting on any goals that are aligned to a particular focus area indicate that in the filter at the bottom. 
  • Choose your sorting options.  For example, if you want your gantt chart to be sorted by "due date" at the top, indicate that.
  • Choose your display.  If you want to display your header and any extra information, select those boxes.
  • Choose if you want to display progress on the gantt chart, or if you just want to display the status of the time as a full color. 

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