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Standuply is the #1 Slack Standup Bot. It runs asynchronous stand-up & retrospective meetings, slack polls, and tracks team performance to automate your Agile processes.

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    Get professional help in accounting and finance from experienced experts: online consultations with user cases and cooperation.
  • Launch
    Standuply is a Digital Assistant for remote teams to facilitate Agile workflows like daily standup meetings, retrospectives, 360 feedback reviews, 1-on-1, and planning poker.
    Now, Standuply is more robust and powerful and available in Microsoft Teams (Slack)
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    #2 Product of the day
    SalesHero ranked 2nd Product of the day for Apr 3, 2022 with 67 upvotes and 5 comments
    Apr 3, 2022
  • Launch
    Agile standups are perfectly run by Standuply, one of the best Slack and MS Teams daily standup tools. Standuply sends standup agenda, conducts remote standups, and assists in live ones. Free standup bot makes your scrum more effective in Slack and MS Teams.
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    Apply the best DevOps practices advised by the experienced experts from the world-leading software companies.
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    A well-known and one of the most popular Slack apps, Standuply, is now available for MS Teams with all the same features. Spice up your MS Teams communication.
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    Create an excellent design with the help of experienced designers who are ready to provide you their feedback on your prototypes.
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    1. Save your team's repeated questions from Slack/Teams and provide access to everyone on the team.
    2. Create a Subject Matter Experts Directory so that team members know whom to ask about what.
    3. Let folks ask the external community of experts when needed.