Often when building your Plan, you'll want to capture all of the work that you and your team have underway. This way, you'll have the building blocks to build a comprehensive Plan. However, you may build out all of your work in the Plan Overview and realize that all of the Projects should have an overarching mission, objective, or goal. 

Rather than dissembling all of the linkages and branches that you have created, use this tip to insert a single objective for all of your Projects to sit underneath.

Step 1. In the Plan editor, click the "+" button to create a new layer 

Step 2. In the top layer of your Plan (the one furthest left), create a new top Project that all others will roll up to

You can do this by clicking and typing in the placeholder tile in the layer, by clicking "link existing project" to search for and insert an existing Project, or by dragging a Project from another layer in your Plan. 

Step 3. Drag and drop your other Projects on top of your new top Objective (The previously lowest level Projects will fill the new layer that you made in Step 1)

You can drag Projects with dependencies on top of the new Objective, and the Project and all of its dependencies will come over. 

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