Reduce your engineering team's meeting load by 50%

Keep your team focused and in the flow. Run async standups and bring in work from all your tools to stay aligned — no matter where you're working.

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Range helps Wellthy maintain our culture, foster transparency and accountability among the team, prioritize day-to-day tasks, and stay on top of what’s important.

Kevin Roche, CTO at Wellthy
Run fewer, faster standups.

Run fewer, faster standups.

Share daily async updates across the team. Bring in work from apps like GitHub, Jira, and Linear. See what your teammates are focusing on and how they’re doing.

Share blockers automatically.

Share blockers automatically.

Use Flags in async Check-ins to call out blockers and ask for help. Subscribe any Slack channel to Range so folks can jump in & get their teammates unstuck.

Know how your goals are tracking.

Know how your goals are tracking.

Use hashtags to connect daily Check-ins to team goals. Bring goal updates into team meetings and Slack.

Make the most of your meetings.

Make the most of your meetings.

When you need to meet live, view recent check-ins and goal progress in real time. Use the spinner to keep the team engaged. Share notes and actions automatically when the meeting ends.

Connect work across all your team's tools

Bring PRs, issues, and product specs into async check-ins and meetings. Give your team the context they need to move work forward, without opening 20 tabs.

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How Range helps engineering teams make daily progress and stay in sync

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Share async check-ins to get unblocked and stay informed. When you need to collaborate live, build structured agendas that keep the team connected and on track.

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Add mood-sharing and 350+ icebreakers to team check-ins and meetings. Create handbooks to get to know your teammates asynchronously.

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React to Check-ins in Range or Slack. Add comments and emojis to recognize everyone for their work across locations and time zones.

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Use the Team Dashboard to see how folks are faring day to day. Know what your team is working on and how they're doing — always.

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Fast-moving engineering teams need tools that adapt with them. Set up flexible project teams with the Team Directory. Create and update hierarchical goals in one place.


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Why engineering teams choose Range

Built by and for empathetic engineers, Range helps teams communicate productively from anywhere — both async and in real time.
Range ✨Standup slackbots (i.e. Geekbot, Standuply, Status Hero)Meeting tools (i.e. Hugo, Fellow, Hyper Context)Team-building tools (i.e. Donut)OKR Tools (i.e. Ally)Async Communication Tools (i.e. Friday)
Run daily Check-ins
Asynchronous
Timezone sensitive
Flag Check-in items for meetings
Mood insights
Deep integrations
Slack and Microsoft Teams notifications
Check-in from Slack
Meeting notes and objective updates in Slack
Track work activity in 75+ apps
Sync teams with Google Groups
Meeting facilitation
Icebreakers
Spinner designed for remote meetings
Review goals
Automate meeting note distribution
Action items connected to Check-ins
Team building
Culture questions
Team profiles
Inter-team communication
Asynchronous team-building
Goal setting
Connect daily work to Goals
Goal tracking
Optimized for remote work
Both async and sync tools
Team-first design

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Amazing. It enhanced our stand ups and team dynamic. It really helped our team get to know each other outside of team events and had us interacting as people daily, instead of cogs in a corporate machine.