Apps & Integrations
Zoom is a cloud-based video conferencing platform used by small and huge companies worldwide. According to Zoom's filing in 2019, over half of Fortune 500 companies use it.
There are 2,000+ apps in the Zoom App Marketplace.
Sorting through that list can be overwhelming. We've narrowed down the list to 10 of the best integrations that help busy teams stay organized and productive.
Range is the best Zoom app. Async check-ins in Range help teams share what they're working and how they're doing. With the Range Zoom app, run a combined written and video standup--collect status updates in advance and leverage your meeting time for deeper team building. With the status updates out of the way, you can get to the important stuff.
With Range for Zoom, you can:
Share check-ins, start meeting agendas, track goals, share how you're doing, and log work as it happens.
Asana is a powerful project management tool that helps teams with task management and planning new strategic initiatives.
First, it helps prioritize tasks within the overall project. Second, it gives participants a way to visualize the progress and where it's at. Finally, Asana helps to identify roadblocks early in the process, so they can be addressed proactively.
Google Drive offers widespread user appeal. It’s a cloud-based platform for file sharing that ties seamlessly into Google’s entire suite of Workspace products, making it an ideal option for teams that use Gmail to communicate and Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar, etc. to get their work done.
Trello is a powerful project management tool chock-full of features, including an automation bot that organizes everything for you, and an array of custom buttons. It's especially helpful to marketing and sales teams.
Gmail is the go-to email app for businesses of all sizes and industries. Its widespread use makes it a great choice, as it's kept fresh and updated to maintain its popularity. Users can send text, photos, videos, graphics, GIFs, and emojis through the Google email system.
Companies that need a code sharing platform need to look no further than GitHub. This app lets developers use the Git version control system to store, manage, and track changes to their code. GitHub allows users to collaborate on coding projects and lets them see previous versions of the code from earlier points in time — a helpful feature in any project.
Jira is an agile project management tool for software development teams. Similar to other project management tools, Jira offers scrum and Kanban boards to track the flow of a project.
JIRA has several apps that you can run with Zoom. These include the JIRA notifications app for Zoom chat; the service desk app to close tickets fast; and a specialized app to receive notifications from your JIRA server into Zoom.
HubSpot is a cloud-based inbound marketing and customer relationship management (CRM) platform. It helps companies of all sizes and across all industries reach, engage, convert, nurture, and track customers.
HubSpot arguably offers the widest array of features and benefits for sales and marketing teams to track and engage with customers through the entire lifecycle.
Zapier enables users to automate work in apps without writing code. Choose a trigger and schedule a resulting automated action called a “zap.” Zaps can have up to 100 actions. By automating your process, users can concentrate on converting leads and gaining business, knowing it's working for you in the background.
MIro is a collaborative whiteboard that helps distributed and remote teams work well together. With the whiteboard, teams can brainstorm, capture ideas, and co-work. The Miro Zoom app lets you collaborate in real-time and seamlessly invite others to join you.
Use Range.co for async check-ins and meeting management, Google Drive to keep your files organized, and Asana for your task management.