Briq for Slack

Engage your team with easy daily recognition

5.0/5
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Briq is on a mission: help teams build a unique company culture in minutes, not years! 👫👭

Briq lets you show recognition thanks to virtual credits with a simple Slack command. Celebrate small and big wins, engage your teammates, and spread recognition in your company every single day.

Would you recommend this product?
Founder @ Slite

We're supper happy users of Briq, here at Slite. The team behind Briq built an incredible product, super easy to use and which brings a truly new dimension to the way we celebrate each of our daily micro milestones.

The idea behind briq is super simple : you can give briq, and receive some from your colleague via Slack commands. The way you use them afterwhile is up to your team : you can use one of their apps or code your own.

This is especially useful as part of our team is working remotely : it brings back some non-verbal elements of communication you experience in an office.

It clearly has become essential in our daily live @🛰 🤗

Pros:

simplicity, hapiness @ work

Cons:

none

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CTO, Briq
Thanks Christophe, it's been a ton of fun building Briq with beta users like you and the Slite team.
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Co-founder of Station

Use it everyday at the office! Really creates awesome vibes in our team. It's an easy way to create a culture of collaboration in your team. Sending and receiving Briqs just feels good, it's that celebration of the little wins throughout the day that you really need to power through the day :)

Pros:

super easy to use (directly in Slack), no friction to deploy in our team

Cons:

None

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CTO, Briq
Thanks Julien, the Station team really adopted Briq fully and quickly :-D Your "partly-remote-team" setup also taught us a lot of things.
marketing @ slite

Briq has a super positive impact on team dynamics, empowering everyone to thank each other and recognize team members' accomplishments/help/ideas etc!

Pros:

Easy, fun and it really encourages you to thank your teammates more often and more naturally.

Cons:

None - this is the best (if not only) peer recognition I've ever used at work

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The app "Bootiq" should help fixing the Con I've mentioned :-)

Pros:

An easy way to spread recognition across a team/organization

Cons:

For some, might need to be paired up with rewards to transform recognition into something tangible.

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Designer @eFounders

I've been using Briq for a year now almost and it has become second nature to me now. For me Briq is re-inventing the way recognition is spread accross a company.

Why ? Because with Briq, recognition isn't only coming from the top of the organization, but from the team itself.

How ? You can give directly reward a teammate by giving him some Briqs with a Slack Command. For any purpose (Great Job, Bringing Happinness to the Office, Being Helpful...) It's even more efficient when you work with remote people, and include them even more into the company culture.

Briq is more than a product, It's a state of mind, that every company should experience !

Pros:

simple, easy, recognition, gamified, happiness, viral

Cons:

none

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You can give briqs for whatever reason you like, this is fun to give some to a collegue that just made a joke or that helped you for something :)

Pros:

Fun and help to link with people

Cons:

None

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CMO @Spendesk

Using briq is part of our DNA now at Spendesk. We're addicted! It's also a fun and easy way to set up a perks system for the team.

Pros:

Fun & as simple as a slack command

Cons:

None

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CTO, Briq
Thanks Yasmine, we're so happy to watch your usage stats at Spendesk every week 😂
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Super happy to use Briq @forestadmin to reward my team of lumberjacks for their good work. Keep up the good work briq!

Pros:

A tool to promote peer-2-peer recognition @work might just be the biggest breakthrough for companies to make their employees happy, LUV'IT!

Cons:

None

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Sliter

I just want to share briq with my girlfriend now, and my mom, and my dog - Briq for al

Pros:

Great to build a remote culture by peer recognition!

Love to exchange briqs, especially when I are miles away from my teammates

Cons:

None

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I have used Briq for a month and love it. Simple rewardful way to say thanks to someone.

Pros:

being able to say thanks to someone, recognizing their contribution

Cons:

none

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Delighted and faithful user of Briq: it has a huge daily impact on my organisation's and coworkers' wellbeing and happiness.

Pros:

Makes coworkers happier and closer together; super flexible to suit each organisation's needs and situations

Cons:

None, yet... ;)

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Co founder bellicon belux

I recommend to give it a go!

Pros:

such an easy and simple way to get people involved

Cons:

more possibilities with the bricks

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Would love to see more and more Briq based application to engage my colleagues, but fortunately Briq has an API for that!

Pros:

Simplicity, instantaneity and the API for the builders

Cons:

No real cons, but can't wait for more Briq apps!

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Astronauta

In my company we have a high turnover. It is still too early to claim victory but the work environment has improved in the last month thanks to the implementation of Briq as an internal recognition tool. Briq team is ready to hear all your needs and adapt the tool to them. I totally recommend Briq!!! :)

Pros:

User friendly, simple, flexible and scalable

Cons:

none

Do you have free plan for small teams?

Pros:

Easy, simply, happiness!

Cons:

None

CTO, Briq
I'm glad you asked Yes, teams under 15 people can use the whole power of Briq and its apps for free.

I follow the product since the creation. Super happy to see it live. Want you to rock the world guys !

Pros:

ultra modern, easy to use, fun, and best idea ever

Cons:

one little thing : need it on other tools than slack

Startup and no-code enthusiast

Really clean and love the design! Will get my team on board.

Pros:

Simple, joyful, addictive.

Cons:

Too fun.

Brick is really cool to show your team that you care avout what they do.

Pros:

Easy to use, people play the game

Cons:

A smartphone app to manage our bricjs would be convenient

Product Marketing

It's a real challenge to be the reacher in the office :) who's the best teammate who receives the most briqs?

Pros:

We use it everyday to thank & congratulate our teammates (for their help, for their good & bad jokes, for a beer...). It's fun & easy!

Cons:

I don't know.

Working great so far! My team is loving it~

Pros:

amazing for remote teams

Cons:

nada