Not that long ago we added Domain Restriction and Google Sign-In enforcement capability to Simple OKR. These configuration settings gave ability to our customers to add additional security to their Simple OKR account. Today I'm happy to announce that we added Single Sign-On support to Simple OKR. Single Sign-On is
Both goals and objectives contribute to the success of the the business. They clarify the purpose of the business and help identify necessary actions. Goals are general statements of desired achievement, while objectives are specific steps or actions you take to reach your goal. Both goals and objectives should be
Consistently hitting your goals is a process that requires discipline. It is easy to get carried away with day-to-day activities and disregard OKR priorities. Following up on progress with weekly check-ins is an important step, but how do you run a successful OKR check-in? I'll share with you some tips.
On the first week of April, we experienced our first Simple OKR outage. We had several hours of downtime during that week, which prevented our customers from completing their day-to-day activities related to OKRs. What is worse, is that we had no idea that our systems were having performance issues.
When Simple OKR started out, we only offered straightforward OKR management capabilities. You could set up your objectives and key results, and make status updates by commenting on key results. Such functionality for status updates is a good starting point, however, in practice, it does not offer an excellent way