The Private Objectives are added mainly when the information in OKRs are confidential to the user. Hence, the private OKR is not visible to other users.

The following table explains the functionality that you can or cannot apply on a private objective.

Functionality

Description

Assigning the Owner

Restricted as an individual OKR.

View and Edit

Only from the My OKRs page by the owner.

Search through Explore

Not displayed

Editing

Allows to edit details

Convert into a Public Objective

Yes. While editing a private objective you can convert it to a public objective.

Cloning

Does not allow cloning it to create another private objective.

Export

Yes. You can export with the objective the My OKR list.

Tags

Yes

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