Sibme’s goal feature allows you to not only create goals, but gives you the opportunity to collaborate with others on the goals you create! There are different ways in which you can assign Collaborators to goals with specific rights. Read below for a description of the permissions collaborators can be given.
Who is this article for?
Based on the default user settings in the Sibme platform, you should have permission to complete this task if you are one of the user levels listed below. If you do not see the screens in this article, you can ask your administrator if you have permission.
Steps to accomplish the task:
Collaborators can be given the following permissions…
View: allows the collaborator to view the goal and nothing else, View permissions means that the collaborator cannot add any feedback to action items. However, if the Collaborator has the appropriate permissions in the Huddle where the Goal lives, they will be able to make comments on artifacts added as evidence.
Edit: allows the collaborator to edit the goal and related action items in the goal creation workflow.
Evidence: in addition to viewing permission, allows the collaborator to add evidence to a goal’s action items, when selected, the view would be automatically assigned as well
Review: in addition to viewing permission, allows the collaborator to review a goal and related action items, provide feedback, and mark the action item Reviewed or Undone. For more information on how reviewers can provide feedback, click here.