To help promote transparency and provide context of how an objective fits into the broader context of workstreams across your organisation, it's possible to align your OKRs to your organisation's strategy or OKRs.

Before we begin, there are some caveats:

  • You cannot align an objective to more than one objective.

  • You cannot align a key result to another key result or objective.

  • You cannot align an OKR to both a strategy and another OKR.

To begin, go to the OKR you’d like to align. From there, you can either click on the 'Alignment' tab and click on the blue 'Align this Objective' / 'Change alignment' button or click options and click ‘Change Alignment’ from the Options menu:

In the new menu that appears, you can see a list of the available OKRs and Strategies you can align your OKR to. You can search for the OKR or strategy or filter by typoe, person or team.

You can quickly identify the type of OKR or Strategy you want to align to by looking at the small box titled 'S' or 'L1/L2/L3 O' next to the title. The number also represents the level of Objective you're aligning to, i.e an L1 Objective is a top level Objective. L2 is the next level down, and L3 is the level below that:

If your desired OKR or strategy doesn't immediately appear in the list, you can search for it or use the filters to identify it. Once you've found the OKR or strategy you want to align to, click on it and click 'Done' to confirm your selection:

To view the alignment, or to get an understanding of where your OKR sits in the alignment tree, click on the 'Alignment' tab on your objective page. This will show you how many levels below the strategy your OKR sits, as well as any additional OKRs that are aligned to your OKR:

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