When it comes to goal management, transparency is key — but sometimes, you need to track progress on a work stream without sharing updates across the whole company.
That’s why we built Private Goals: a lightweight solution for managing progress on personal or confidential work streams in one place. It’s available to teams with a paid Range subscription.
Use Private Goals to:
Just enough structure. When managing OKRs in a spreadsheet or doc, it’s all-too-easy to delete content, overwrite it, or mess with filter settings. With Range, you get a simple, clean interface for creating, assigning, and re-ordering hierarchical goals in just a few clicks.
For every goal, an owner. In Range, each goal has a clear owner who’s responsible for sharing status updates. You can set up automated weekly reminders via email or Slack so you always remember to update the status of your goals.
Cut through the clutter. Instead of scrolling through multiple timestamps, senders, and replies to find the most up-to-date information, see a clear chronological history of confidential status updates in one place.
No forwarding or reply-all. For private projects, email can get unwieldy. In Range, team & owner icons give you a simple visual record of who has access to a Private Goal at all times.
TLDR: use both! While project management platforms like Jira and Asana work well for documenting progress on specific tasks, Range’s goal-tracking tool is a lightweight solution for recurring status updates. Create simple summaries of progress on a weekly cadence to log big-picture updates and reflections, and save individual task management for your favorite PM tool.
Questions or feedback? Please reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org.