Build alignment with a daily habit that saves time and builds culture along the way.
Range is a daily habit that helps everyone know what’s happening. With 5 minutes a day in Range, you can have fewer status meetings.
Range helps teammates get to know each other, build trust, and work through topics like understanding each other’s communication styles.
Because Range knows what’s happening, it’s just one click for teammates to thank each other and celebrate work that matters.
Range is used by small startups and large companies alike.
Range is inspired by standup meetings, where small teams share updates every day. There’s magic in this daily habit.
But as teams grow, standups stop working. Either status meetings become too large and boring, or information becomes siloed into small sub-teams. Standup tools have promise, but they just don’t work: writing a daily update is a chore, teams miss connecting in person, and managers can’t make sense of anything at scale.
Range is a daily habit that helps people plan their day and share what's happened with their team.
Range makes writing updates easy by connecting to your tools and automatically importing work that’s happened. So if you’ve checked off a task, wrote some code, or edited a design file, it’s already in Range.
Teams love using Range because it’s actually fun. Range helps teammates get to know each other through questions designed by professional team coaches.
Managers find Range essential for strengthening relationships, busting silos, and understanding what’s happening across the entire organization.
Imagine your whole company in sync and engaged, just like a small team doing effective standups. That’s what Range is designed to do.
We know what it’s like to struggle to find an hour for lunch, let alone find time to actually get work done. With everything going on, it’s difficult to invest in your team’s culture.
We designed Range as the tool we wished we had in our previous jobs leading teams. A few minutes in Range can save you hours each week writing update emails and attending sync meetings.