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What are the different goal measurement types?
What are the different goal measurement types?

Choose from six goal measurement types: Percent, Value, Currency, 0/1, Roll-up from subgoal progress, and Roll-up from task progress.

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Written by Livia
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All goals are different from each other, and to cater to your needs, there are different goal measurement types that you can choose while you are creating a goal for yourself or someone else.

You can find different goal measurement types in the "New goal" or "Edit goal" pop-ups.

There are six different goal measurement types you can select in Teamflect:

See some examples below:

  • Percent: "Increase monthly satisfied customer percentage." Initial: 60, Target: 80

  • Value: "Increase customer satisfaction score"; Initial: 6.5, Target: 8.5

  • Currency: "Reduce monthly marketing cost"; Initial: 5000 USD, Target: 4000 USD

  • 0/1: "Won the Marketing Excellence Award": Yes, No

  • Roll-up from subgoal progress: "Make Contoso the best company to work"; Subgoal Subgoal1: "Reduce churn rate"; Subgoal2: "Increase employee engagement"

  • Roll-up from task progress: "Finalize review evaluations on time"; Related Task 1: "Submit outstanding reviews", Related Task 2: "Complete Excel files"

Note: When you select subgoal progress or task progress, you will not be able to set initial and target values, as the progress will be determined by the completion progress of the subgoals or tasks created and assigned accordingly. When a parent goal has two subgoals, completing the first subgoal at 50% will result in the parent goal being completed at 25%.

After you create the goal, you need to click "Add new" to create subgoals.

Here, you have two options: you can create a new goal as a subgoal, or you can select from the existing goals in your company's Teamflect account and connect them to your parent goal with a few clicks.

When selecting from existing goals in the company, you can easily filter the goals by title, owner, and goal type, and then select the desired goal from the search results.

When you select the goal and click ''Add'', you're good to go!

Or click the "Add" button to add new tasks that you will use to measure the goal's progress.

To learn more about how to restrict the usage of some measurement types, click here.

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