Goals in Range are a flexible, lightweight tool for connecting your team’s daily work to top-level objectives. Teams use Goals in Range to:
With Range, teams can map out all of their goals in a flexible, hierarchical format. For small companies, it’s often sufficient to start with one set of top-level, company-wide goals.
As your team deepens your usage of Range, you may begin to add sub-goals to (A) keep a pulse on the smaller objectives needed to achieve higher-level goals and (B) track which teams are responsible for making those steps happen.
To learn more about how to set up your goals in Range, check out our Getting started with Goals help article.
Each week, Range will prompt goal owners via email (or Slack, if you’ve connected the integration) to update the status of their goals. By default, Range sends goal nudges on a weekly cadence so teams can regularly adjust their workflow to align with their objectives. We find that when teams wait months to track progress, it gets harder to course-correct.
With status updates in Range, you can:
Once a teammate shares an update, Range will distribute it to the relevant teams and teammates via daily email summaries, Slack team subscriptions, and Range’s Home feed.
After your team has built the habit of sharing regular status updates on goals, you can visit the Goals page anytime to see org-wide progress at a glance.
Tip: If you’ve added the Range app to Slack, you can update the status of a goal from Slack anytime using the shortcut /range goals.
Range allows you to connect all your work to goals. With integrations, you can bring work items from 75+ apps into your asynchronous Check-ins. Then, by adding a goal's tag to a Check-in snippet, you can connect daily work from any tool to long-term OKRs.
For example, let’s say you’re working on a new feature launch.
Tip: Subscribe any Slack channel to a tag in Range to more easily share goal updates with cross-functional stakeholders. Learn more.
With our Goals tool, you can rest easy knowing your team is working on the right things. By connecting your team’s daily work to the goals and objectives intended to guide that work, Range ensures every team member is working on what matters most.Create a goal
If you’re looking to keep learning more about Goals and how to use it, take a look at our Getting started with Objectives help article.