Product Update

We’ve added charts to Explore 📊, improved Check-ins ✔, & more

3rd December 2019 · 2 min read

Product Update

The winter holidays haven’t started yet, and we already have a few presents for you. We hope you like them!

Brand new charts in Explore 

Explore is a great way to look at any combination of goals, based on your filters. We’ve recently added the ability to save your filters as a view, so that you have quick access to them.

We’ve now added the ability to visualize the performance of these goals, making it easier than ever to stay on top of the goals that matter to you.

Chart View

If you’re missing a chart, let us know via!

Brand new Timeframe dropdowns 

The longer you’d been using Perdoo, the harder it got to navigate all the different timeframes in the dropdown. We finally fixed that!

We’re now sorting timeframes by active, future and past. We’ve also added progress bars, so you can see how much you have left. If you still can’t find the timeframe you’re looking for, simply use our new search functionality.

Timeframe Dropdown

Improved Check-ins

Our Check-in feature made it a lot easier to keep your goals up-to-date. Our customers loved it, so we gave the Check-in form a fresh new look that provides a better overview.

We also solved the biggest complaint about Check-ins: your updates getting lost because you forgot to hit submit. You don’t have to worry about that anymore, as your updates will save as you type. Keep in mind though: you still need to hit ‘Submit’ to complete the check-in.  

Improved Check In

Improved Add Objective forms, with alignment suggestions 

Adding and aligning Objectives just got a lot easier.

We’ve simplified the flow to add an Objective(s) from anywhere in Perdoo. It’s a lot quicker now. We’ve also made it a lot easier to align one Objective to another, and you can now add Key Results for the Objective in one go.

Objective Form

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