Cascading and linking goals are two types of goal alignment, but have a key difference. What is the difference between cascading goals and linking goals?2.Select the option that best fits the description: When configuring the calibration template, a specific tab allows you to define how data will visually display to end-users involved in calibrating ratings. It is possible to configure the dashboard and create a matrix 9-box from this areaa.Linking creates and connects goal(s) on another employee’s goal plan while cascading only connects goals that already exist on two different goal plansb.Cascading creates and connects goal(s) on another employee’s goal plan while linking only connects goals that already exist on two different goal plansc.Linking allows a manager to push a goal to a direct report and cascading can only be used for direct reportsd.Cascading and linking are the same thinga.Basic Infob.Advancedc.Viewsd.Data3.Which of the following options can be configured in General Settings?4.In which ways can you modify a configuration user interface (UI) for a generic object? (3 correct answers)5.Where are the Pods permissions defined in Admin Center?6.
What can users do with a Corm during a collaborative route map step?
a.Send the form to another user with the get edit or the get comment option available in the route mapb.The form is within all the collaborative step participants’ inbox at the same time and all users can edit the form simultaneouslyc.The form is within all the collaborative step participants’ inbox at the same time but only one user can make edits at a timed.The form can be sent back and forth between the different users of the collaborative step before moving to the next step7.During testing, it is noticed that a field is missing from the goal plan. The XML template seems to be correct. What else should you check?