This article covers the basics of how to use check-ins. To learn how to set up check-ins, seeCheck-in Setup.
Check-ins allow reviewers and employees to communicate on a regular basis. For example, during a check-in, employees can share progress, raise possible concerns, and discuss upcoming objectives with their reviewers.
Employees will see that the Check-in section is divided into two tabs:
Current Check-in: Complete your own check-ins and submit them to your reviewer.
Follow-ups: Follow up on check-ins from employees or from teams.
Reviewers will see one additional tab:
Team Check-ins: Check-ins from your team that needs to be reviewed.
Use the Filters widget on the left to sort check-ins by employee, current status, or week.
Finally, Owners will see one last tab:
All Check-ins: Check-ins from the entire organization.