# How is sub KR check-in progress calculated in Profit.co?

Category: OKRs

You can now branch out from your parent key results and create sub key results for your objective and show calculated progress via your regular check-ins in Profit.co.

Check out how to create sub key results.

You can check-in your sub key results just like you check-in key results in Profit.co.

The formula to calculate the sub key result check-in progress is as follows

In the below SS you can see that the :

The main Key Result Increase number of product demo videos from 50 to 70 has Two Sub Key Results such as Increase new product sign up from 100 and Increase # of product Demo videos from 5 to 10.

The average 0.55 of the main key result progress is calculated from the average of the progress of two sub key results 0.50 and 0.60.

Sub KR 1 - 0.50

Sub KR2 - 0.60

Avg Sub KR = (0.50 + 0.60) / 2 = 0.55

Here the Objective is to Build a high-performance team and the two main key results are to Increase the number of product demo videos from 50 to 70 and Increase the number of team members from 10 to 25.

The average of the Objective 0.61 is calculated from the average of the two main key results 0.55 and 0.67.

KR 1 - 0.55

KR2 - 0.67

Avg Sub KR = (0.55 + 0.67) / 2 = 0.6.

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