Objectives and Key Results (OKR) Glide App for goal tracking. This solution is designed to help you define OKRs at every level of your organization, keep track of employee goals, make employees get to know each other and create community inside the company.

Objectives and Key Results glide app template

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Jesus Vargas

Maker

Maker

There's a need for keeping track of employee goals, especially now with the WFH situation

Mid level
6
hours to build

Create a meeting scheduler within Glide

What is it:

Objectives and Key Results (OKR) Glide App for goal tracking. This solution is designed to help you define OKRs at every level of your organization, keep track of employee goals, make employees get to know each other and create community inside the company.

Maker Insight:

There's a need for keeping track of employee goals, especially now with the WFH situation

What did I learn:

1. Glide Apps Feature review - Really impressive form submission example. One of the better experiences that I have seen on a Glide app that had different elements not used frequently.
1. Rating bar 1-5
2. Progress bar that updates as you fill out the form
3. Integrates past data submitted within the new form as a task to check off - this was really neat. Hard to explain but you will need to demo this out
4. Add tasks within the form - there was a question that asked, "what do you intend to complete this week" and it allowed me to expand a new section to write text of the task.

5. give a virtual high five
6. set up a coffee event with a team member

2. Glide Apps Feature review - Virtual "High Five"
This feature allows you to give another team mate a high five, like a thumbs up for doing a great job. Everyone loves positive recognition. What I liked about this feature is how when I selected a team member from the drop down, on the backend it connected to the image profile and displayed automatically within the app. The display showed the profile image of who I gave the high give too, and displayed some meta data around what the high five was for.

3. Glide Apps Feature review - Setting up coffee with another member of the team. Within the form, is a dropdown to select another team member, then a calendar feature for the date and time. Glide handles all the dirty work here as the experience is insanely easy to use. And the team member and myself have a coffee date and time set within the app.

What I thought was really interesting about this feature is that within the app you can get an actual notification when there is a coffee invitation waiting.

Everytime I do a Glide App review I learn something new. What I believe the greatest value out of these templates is the ability to create true web app experiences like this really can give you superpowers as a Maker. I think that difficult thing about how the template marketplace is set up is it does not bring out all the awesome stuff that these apps can do. I have an idea to help out...stay tuned...

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