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Digital Toucan Helps Track Objectives with OKR for Jira

Most businesses are built on catering to their customers’ needs, from providing solutions to solving issues. To keep track of all of these, companies make use of several collaboration tools like Jira that will help them manage each project that comes to ensure a smoother work process.

For those who are just getting their feet wet in Jira, the tool might be a daunting software to use. For that, Digital Toucan is here to support users to maximize the tool and specializes in designing Atlassian apps that bring Jira data to life, such as the OKR for Jira.

Setting and tracking goals

OKR for Jira allows users to provide OKRs on each project so that everyone involved would have more visibility on what each person is doing and have a clearer understanding of the roadmap towards the team’s goals. Most importantly, it enables users to manage OKRs and the tool in one go; now, you can set up and manage them directly in Jira.

Learn more about OKR: How Google Uses OKR Method to Manage Business Strategy

Here, you can assign tasks to project stakeholders and enable them to assume responsibility for the project’s major outcomes. The OKR for Jira dashboard helps everyone to see how their most critical goals are being met. You’ll always have a clear picture of how your team’s goals are progressing and where they stand, all in one spot.

Apart from that, the OKR for Jira also helps users identify critical projects and focus on what matters to them. That way, they can also easily manage their projects without losing track of what needs to be done.

Monitoring the progress of your teams in real-time on each task is important to make workflows better. When it comes to tracking progress toward your goals, it is important to understand the trend line. OKR for Jira aims to make sure your teams have long-term objectives and keep track of their progress and status with ease.


YouTube: OKR for Jira | The easiest way to track your objectives in Jira

Photo credit: The feature image has been taken by Alvaro Reyes.

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Raghul Manikandan
Raghul Manikandan
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