Free OKR Tracking and Team Goals Template

Easily do OKR tracking and team goals with this free template in Coda


Use this free OKR tracking template for your team

Make a copy of this to track the status and progress of OKRs. Coda provides a variety of free resources and templates on how to run OKRs for your company. Go to the and browse through some of these resources to learn about OKRs and find templates to get started with OKRs today.

No more messy OKRs in a doc or spreadsheet


Customize the tracker

Clear progress on OKRs

Adding structure to chaos

Unlike other OKR software, you can customize this template if it doesn't fit your team's needs. Want to add a column to score OKRs? That’s as simple as adding a column to a table in Coda. Conditional formats make it easy to see your OKRs.
All you need to know is whether the OKR is on track to be achieved. This template has utilizes a “traffic light” system so that your team can check off whether the OKR is red, yellow, or green. This system gives you a snapshot of how all your OKRs are doing.
A doc is useful for brainstorming OKRs, but setting your team’s OKRs requires a structured table. Coda gives you the best of both worlds: a doc plus tables. This way you can do the brainstorming and setting of OKRs in one place.
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How to set your OKRs in 5 steps

1️⃣ Create a on Coda and create your team’s OKR Coda doc
2️⃣ Share the Coda doc with your teammates via e-mail
3️⃣ Ask your teammates to start adding their OKRs to the Coda doc in real-time
4️⃣ Have your team update their progress and status of OKRs every week or month
5️⃣ Discuss your team’s OKRs during weekly meetings and present this OKR Coda doc

A simple system for tracking OKRs

With this online and collaborative OKR tracking template, everyone on your team has visibility into the OKRs. High-performing teams need a simple OKR system to know what their team and personal goals are. By tracking everyone’s OKRs in one place, you can see how your colleagues are progressing to their OKRs. The goals of a simple OKR system are to allow colleagues to make updates easily and reporting on the status of OKRs. Check out other for tracking your team’s OKRs.

Customize your OKRs

If your team wants to track OKRs at the company level, you can add additional columns to the table in this template to indicate specific groups or divisions. This will drive more transparency, visibility, and results across the entire organization. Teams who utilize this OKR tracking template enjoy the flexibility of Coda’s tables because they can structure the OKR template however they want. Just getting started with OKRs? Use this simple template and customize your OKRs as you become more experienced with setting OKRs.

Difference between OKRs and KPIs

A lot of teams confuse OKRs and KPIs. The main difference between OKRs and KPIs relate to reporting and time frame. KPIs are meant to measure the health of the business so they are used primarily for reporting on business results. Additionally, KPIs tend to more long-term oriented. OKRs, on the other hand, are primarily used for setting specific and measurable goals and tend to be short-term (monthly or quarterly).
There are definitely overlaps between OKRs and KPIs. With this template, you may include some of your KPIs in your team’s OKRs depending on your job function or industry. Similar to KPIs, you should review your team’s OKRs regularly to ensure you are measuring the right metrics.

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