Range

Run your remote team easily. Like standups, only better.

5.0/5
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Make managing remote teams less painful. Run daily check-ins that are actually easy and fun. Like standups, only better. Range works with Slack, Jira, GitHub, and more to make check-ins a breeze.
Would you recommend this product?
37 Reviews5.0/5

This is a fantastic team who cares deeply about the product space. Been amazing to watch the product evolve and use it!

Pros:

Easy to keep tabs on what we’re each working on, standups are actual discussions and not just blank stares while thinking about your updates

Cons:

I can be better about contributing 😇

Helps break through the clutter of too much noise from Slack.

Pros:

Thoughtful way to get team members to bring their whole self to work.

Cons:

The team has to be bought into the vision.

I used Range for several months while leading a small product at Gusto, and really enjoyed it. I'm a big believer in simple daily status updates. You can do that with a daily Slack reminder, but Range makes them really straightforward and adds enough structure to make them easy to digest. I also really liked the daily personal questions that help the team get to know each other and bond. I'd recommend trying it if you work with a larger team.

Pros:

Focus on asynchronous, high signal updates & team health

Cons:

I'd love to see an integration to post my daily update directly from Slack (if they haven't implemented that already!)

Thanks Nick! Yes, we want to make it possible to write a Range daily check-in right in Slack. Of course, we think it'll be way better experience to check-in with Range. 😉 But we should make it even easier for people to get started. It's on the roadmap! 🗺

We've been using it on a fully remote team at SeatGeek for 6+ months and are big fans!

Pros:

Get to know teammates better, work transparency, fun questions, slack integration

Cons:

Nothing I can think of. We're big fans!

keeps our team motivated

Pros:

best productivity tool. Team is fantastic and cares about user feedback

Cons:

can't think of much yet.

We have been using Range for a while now. It's great.

Pros:

an async standup app that actually works. Great also with handling structure and notes for reoccurring meetings. I love the fun questions.

Cons:

Nothing of note!

Thanks Jordan, really happy Range is helping your team. Meeting actions should be showing up for you as suggestions for your daily check-in, feel free to reach out to us on intercom if it's not working as expected. We're currently building out a new sidebar for integrations, which will act as a personal backlog and universal inbox.

Big fan. People have been working in this problem space for awhile, but this is finally done right. Cal integration, asana, files, etc.

Pros:

Exactly what I need from my team and what I want to communicate to them Nice how calendar is input right beneath standup notes

Cons:

Can't quite set who sees what (maybe you can do this by creating different teams?)

Hi Albert, the team structure controls distribution rules. While most things are considered public within your team, and discoverable if looked for, we want to control the noise by only pushing updates from people on your teams. We're always available on Intercom if you want to discuss how best to structure your teams.

Using it daily in an early-stage tech startup, part in-person, part remote. Already helping with communication.

Pros:

Built with empathy, care and attention for building a highly functional team culture. I easily get my team's productive and emotional pulse.

Cons:

Some more functionally-minded team members may onboard slowly, but if you lead by example, they come around fairly quickly.

Range reflects a deeply thoughtful approach to team communication and function effectively.

Pros:

Integrates essential components of team functionality into a cohesive system

Cons:

Has the usual limitations of an early product