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We are standing up a dev team dedicated to APIs. What integrations do you want to see? We are looking to cover 3 main areas (first). Data - automatically pulling in data to load scorecard metrics People - automatically adding a new employee / details to your directory To-dos/Rocks - pushing/pulling data from other task management systems Here are the basic ones I get a lot of feedback on! Google (for directory purposes, and Google Drive) Microsoft Teams Office 365 Quickbooks Zero Asana Trello BrightGauge Zoom Slack LinkedIn - for auto-filling in directory data Please share your thoughts in the comments!
Right now, one person starts the meeting and then shares their screen on the video conferencing platform of the client’s choice. Ninety plans to allow for multiple people to join a meeting so it can work more like a google doc where multiple people are editing and you can see where users are making changes. This will first be used in the meetings tool, and eventually replicated to the other tools in the platform to allow for easy collaboration.
On the scorecard, @David Larson - EOS Implementer suggested having a daily goal. Below the thought: It would also be great to have the ability to have DAILY goals for the scorecard. This is perfect for DAILY HUDDLE which EOS recommends for companies that are in crisis situations like some are under this pandemic. Curious to get some more feedback and hear from others that may use a feature like this!
When I self implemented EOS with my first company we implemented a prioritization technique for our Issues list during our Level 10 meetings (this was before I started using Ninety.io). Each team member (of which there were 7) ranks their top 3 issues. Then, using Excel at the time, I’d simply sort the items according to which ones had the most votes (7 to 0). I found this a very quick and simple way to prioritize. Not sure how others accomplish the prioritization but would appreciate any feedback regarding whether you would value having some type of additional method built into the L10 meeting.
In Q3, we are going to be adding a feature which allows you to vary a measurables goal from week to week or month to month. This will allow you to see goal vs. actual over time and not just have a static goal. This is going to be great on DASH where you will be able to graph out the goal vs. actual and see that over time easily. Upvote if you agree! We have a couple other Scorecard updates coming in Q3 like Quarterly and Annual tabs, and measurable formulas.
It would be great to have the ability to archive completed personal to-dos from the My 90 page. The To-Dos page has the ability to Archive All Completed, but it’s scoped to the currently-selected team. My 90 shows all assigned team and personal to-dos, but there’s no apparent way to bulk-manage personal to-dos. This would provide more usability for encouraging my team to use My 90 and personal to-dos for all to-dos, and thus consolidate to-dos into one platform instead of using Ninety for team to-dos, Microsoft To To/tasks/etc. for other personal to-dos.
Would be helpful if Ninety.IO would be able to interface with outside apps like Outlook. For example, To-Dos potentially sync with Outlook Tasks or Outlook Calendar in order to facility reminders. Alternatively, enable Ninety.IO to send alerts/reminders based on user defined criteria.
Use three colors (Green, Yellow, Red) for 3 Data ranges in Scorecard, instead of 2 ("greater than" or "less than" -- red or green). Example in description.New
If three colors were effective for Allan Mulally, maybe we can make a tweak Here would be an example ... Data (Scorecard) Title: Customer Acquisition Cost Less than $60 = Green (Good to go!) $60-80 = Yellow (monitor, but may or may not require IDS) Greater than $80 = Red (Emergency, group attention needed, definitely IDS)
I would find it efficient if I were able to sort and/or filter data/measureables by either seat and owner. This way I can make sure sure that no one is overloaded, overlooked and accountable. Also, if I were able to click inside the measureable information to be able to quickly apply the same measureable to weekly, monthly, quarterly and annual, rather than repeat the whole process for each milestone.
When viewing anything in list form (Rocks, Tasks, Scorecard), due to how the icon displays a person’s initials--any two people with the same initials (KH and KH for example), are impossible to distinguish. A different avatar / personal representation needs to be developed.
To save time during the meeting it would be helpful to have the ability to provide comments and explanations for why the scorecard for that day, month, year is showing the result that it is. It can help with faster issue identification, validation and generally understanding the scorecard. The comment should be able to be submitted by the seat owner or others prior to the meeting so that participants have a chance to read and understand the score card prior to the meeting in their preparation.
I’m guessing this is the case for a lot of Ninety companies, but we have Sr. Leadership and Management sitting in more than one seat. It would be helpful to GWC multiple seats during the same conversation. At this time, we are having multiple conversations for each seat and that leads to a really choppy conversational flow as well as a disjointed user experience given the common elements across all of the conversations (Values, Rocks, etc..). Cheers, Mike
It would be incredibly useful to be able to tag other users - especially in to do, issue, and rock descriptions. Also in comments. If users could receive notifications when they are tagged it would be great. This would make collaboration so much easier. Right now the comment feature is fairly useless, because we have to email the person to let them know we left a comment. Thanks for considering adding this ability!
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