1) Label and filter Challenges

You can now apply a label and filter by labels for your challenges. Here are just some examples of what you can do with labels for challenges

1) Show only my top priority challenges

You have a long list of challenges but need to focus on just the top five challenges, but you do not want to delete all the lower priority challenges because these are required later. With labels, you can tag your top five challenges and then filter by the label. Applying a filter will hide the non priority challenges (as shown below).


2) Show the challenges aligned with a strategic theme

You can label each challenge with a strategic theme label and then apply a filter to see which challenge is aligned to the theme. In the following example, the challenge "Manufacturing and logistics processes are labour intensive" is tagged with the strategic theme "Products & Automation".

Note, the ability to label and filter Objectives is coming soon.

2) Tracking Initiative: Not Started Status

In the Track step you can assign a status to each initiative on your roadmap. Previously, the statuses available were Not Assessed, Completed, On-track, Caution and Off-track. There was no way to indicate that an initiative was already assessed but had not yet started.

We have now added a new status called "Not started", as shown below.

3) Take a tour video

A new "Take a Tour" feature will play a quick video walk through of the Jibility feature. Some steps, such as Capabilities, have more than one video.

Look for and click on the "Take a Tour" button towards the top right corner of the page.

A video player is opened, as shown below. To close the video player, just click anywhere on the page.

4) Dropping OneDrive integration support

With the ability to save and store your roadmaps to a Local Drive or the Jibility Cloud, we have decided to stop support for OneDrive integration.

OneDrive integration was never fully implemented and this features was released for early adopters only.

Note, you can still save you roadmaps to a Local Drive and select a OneDrive folder.

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