You can quickly change the terms used in your Strategy Model directly on the Plan > Strategy Model page. Once those are set, you can customize the fields used on each one as needed.
For a simple list of all the Templates in your model, switch to the Table View on that same page (see below).
This is where you can edit all the settings and custom fields related to your Goal, Update, Task, and Risk Templates.
Building & Editing Templates
Click the title of a Template to edit it, or use "Add New" on the far-right side to open the editor for a new Template.
Here are some other actions you can take from this page:
- Enable / Disable: Any enabled Templates will be accessible to users who have permission to access them. If a Template is disabled users will not be able to create that new type of Goal, however any existing Goals made using that Template will remain in the system.
- Clone: If you create a Template which you would like to create a different version of you can clone any existing Template.
- Archive: Templates that you now longer wish to use you can archive. This will mean users will not longer be able to create Goals using that Template and you will no longer be able to report on this goals.
From within the editor, use the "Add" button to begin adding Custom Fields (also known as "Attributes").
You can add either a New Attribute or an Existing Attribute. Existing fields are those that that have already been created (often on another template) and can sit across multiple templates at the same time.
For example, you might want to measure Priority across all your Goal Templates and report and filter by that field. There is no need to re-build custom fields from scratch on other Templates! In fact, doing this will likely cause confusion in reporting.
The "Upload File" button is a good example of an existing attribute that can be re-used, but it can only be used for Update Templates.
For full instructions on how to use each type of Custom Field, see the links below:
In Template settings you can add a description for your Template to let them know when to use it.
You can also choose an icon and a color for your Template to display in the system.
Template access control is incredibly powerful - learn about it in full in this article.