How do I enable Multi Assignee in KR Assignment?

Category: OKRs

You can assign a single key result to multiple assignees in Profit. co. This helps the assignees work collaboratively over a single target with each being assigned a certain percentage to contribute to the key result.

Why this feature?

When the owner of the key result wants to assign the key results to multiple users in order to let them all work together on a single target, then the multiple assignee option can be used. When a key result is assigned to multiple assignees, the owner of the key result can distribute the percentage of contribution value for each assignee. Based on the performance and skill set of the assignees the key result can be evenly or skill-wised distributed among the assignees so that the owner of the key result can know whether the assignees are working towards the target.

The assignees should work towards the key result parallelly, even if one of the assignees fails to achieve their corresponding percentage of contribution value towards the key result, then the KR will not reach 100%.

It’s important to know: How to distribute the percentage of contribution value among the assignees, click here to learn.


How to enable multiple assignees for key results?

Step 1

Navigate to Settings → Alignments & Dependencies from the left navigation panel.

Alignments & Dependencies

Step 2

In the Alignments & Dependencies page, enable the Enable Multiple Assignee toggle.

Enable multiple assignees

How to select multiple assignees and distribute contribution value to each assignee?

Step 3

Once you enabled the multiple assignee toggle, when you try to create a Key result you can assign your key result to multiple assignees by selecting from the list.

assigned to

Step 4

Once you select the assignees, you can give the percentage of the contribution value that is expected from each assignee, once assigned click Create.


Also, if you would like to know:

You can assign multiple assignees to sub key results, click here to know here.

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