Permissions for managing objectives

This article covers who can manage objectives based on their role in 15Five. "Managing" includes editing, updating, deleting, archiving, cloning, and closing objectives.

If you are looking for information on visibility settings for objectives, check out this article.

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Tip

Account administrators can customize visibilities and permissions for Objectives. For more information, see this article.


Account administrator permissions

What type of objectives can account administrators manage?

  • Company-wide
  • Department/Group
  • Individual
  • Self-development

Who can account administrators manage objectives for?

  • Everyone
  • Anyone that adds them under the 'Who can update and edit this objective?' option*

Reviewer permissions

What type of objectives can reviewers manage?

  • Company-wide
  • Department/Group
  • Individual
  • Self-development

Who can reviewers manage objectives for?

  • Themselves
  • Their team (immediate direct reports)
  • Their hierarchy*
  • Anyone*
  • Anyone that adds them under the 'Who can update and edit this objective?' option*

Reporter permissions

What type of objectives can reporters manage?

  • Company-wide
  • Department/Group
  • Individual
  • Self-development

Who can reporters manage objectives for?

  • Themselves
  • Anyone*
  • Anyone that adds them under the 'Who can update and edit this objective?' option*
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Note

*Account administrators can enable/disable any option denoted with an asterisk. If you're an account administrator and would like to read more about how to manage these options, see this article.

 

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