1-on-1 permissions

Since you can have a 1-on-1 with anyone in your company, assuming that feature is available for your company, we find it important to list out the permissions associated with our 1-on-1s feature. It is important to note that regardless of who is involved in the 1-on-1, both people can contribute to the agenda equally—both can create a 1-on-1, both can add talking points, both can add talking points, and both can schedule and end a 1-on-1. 

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Note

Global viewers cannot see into 1-on-1s. 1-on-1 agendas are private to the two participants only.


Reporters can...


Reviewers can...

  • Create a 1-on-1 with anyone in the company
  • Schedule a 1-on-1 with anyone in the company
  • Star and unstar any 1-on-1 from their 'My 1-on-1s' page
  • Remove any 1-on-1 from their 'My 1-on-1s' page
  • Automatically see 1-on-1s with their direct reports, meaning their direct reports will always appear in the 1-on-1s list without having to manually create 1-on-1s time and time again.
  • Add talking points and action items
  • Add items from their direct report's Check-ins to the 1-on-1 agenda with that person
  • Add to shared and private notes
  • See the identity of people their direct reports are having 1-on-1s with (but not the content)
  • End 1-on-1s
  • Report on 1-on-1s data for their team, but not 1-on-1 content

Account administrators can...

  • Create a 1-on-1 with anyone in the company
  • Star and unstar any 1-on-1 from their 'My 1-on-1s' page
  • Remove any 1-on-1 from their 'My 1-on-1s' page
  • Add talking points and action items
  • Add to shared and private notes
  • See the identities of all 1-on-1 participants in the company (but not the content of those 1-on-1s)
  • End 1-on-1s
  • Report on 1-on-1s data for the company, but not 1-on-1 content
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