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New OKR Experience - 'Score' Key Result Type Deprecated?

Using the new OKR experience, I'm noticing the 'score' key result type is no longer available. In addition, any existing KRs of 'score' type do not show up under the new OKR experience. 

Is this the intended behavior? What's the recommendation for handling legacy 'score' KRs?

On-prem v10.103.2


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Hey Amanda,

Thanks for the question, and super excited you are trying out the new OKR experience!

Regarding KR types, the 'score' KR option is still available in the new OKR experience. See screenshot.

Also, if you create a KR that is scored in the old experience, the KR itself and the score associated will carry forward to the new experience. What currently does not move between old and new experience is the associated "Score Description" adding context to a 0.1 - 1 score. 

I am wondering if you are having a different issue. Happy to take a look. It would be helpful if you could show an image or video of the issue? 


Screenshot 2022-03-03 at 3.46.01 PM.png

Hi @Chase Nielson  - please see attached screenshot.Objectives.png

Is 'score' just renamed to 'decimal scale'? 

Hey Amanda,


Thanks for the screen shot, super helpful.

Due to you being on-prem and v10.103 is why there is a difference in names. Essentially, 'decimal scale' is the same as 'score'. Once you are able to update to v10.104 - 'decimal scale' will update to 'score. Data will not be impacted. 

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