Objectives can be vertically or horizontally aligned. Alignment indicates support for another objective, usually owned by another team at your company. For example, a company objective to Grow business might be supported by Marketing team's objective Create more leads.
OKR cycle is a time period used to add time constraint to your objectives. Cycles can be freely defined by your company. Typically a cycle lasts one quarter.
Example: 2018 1st Quarter
OKR owner is a team that owns a particular objective. Objectives are generally large in scope and will have several people working on it in order to reach it.
Example: Product Engineering Team
Lead is a person who oversees this objective. Lead is a point person for any OKR related questions. Lead can be part of the team that owns the objective or someone completely outside the team.
Cycle retrospective is a place for your teams to collect end-of-cycle notes. Retrospectives should be written by every team. These notes can be anything, but we recommend capturing things that went well, what went wrong and how things can be improved next time.
You can add more people to your company by creating an invitation link. Invitation link can be created from the Users page. Once the link is created you can share it with people who you’d like to join the team.
Anyone having the link will be able to join the company while the link is active. We highly advise you to deactivate the link when you no longer need it for security reasons.