Getting started

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Getting started with Range

A guide to help you get the most out of Range.

Range is a workplace tool that encourages healthy habits.

With Range, your can:

  • Stay focused by taking a moment to plan your day.
  • Work in-sync by reading check-ins from your teammates.
  • Build a stronger team by answering simple questions designed to help people work better together.

Plan your day

Ever wonder “Where did all my time go?” Without a plan, It’s easy to get distracted by emails and IMs. Writing a quick check-in each day can help you focus on the work that’s most important.

Range sends you a notification each morning to help you get ready for your day. Simply list a few things you plan to do this week, and a few things you’ve recently completed.

Daily Update
💡 Tip: Writing a check-in is sort of like writing a few Tweets. Each line should be able to be understood on its own and be meaningful to whoever might read it on your team. This’ll also make it easier to review your own past work later on.

Range gives you a moment to connect with your team. Each day you can answer a question that’s been carefully designed to help teams work better together.

You can also reflect on your own mood. This may seem silly, but being mindful of your own emotions, and sharing how you’re doing, can improve communication on a team.

Connect with your team
Range automatically saves as you write, so you can use this page throughout the day. When you’re ready to share an with your team, click the Publish button.

Between the dozens of tools your team uses, it can be hard to tell what’s actually going on. Range brings you relevant updates each day, so you can see everything at a glance.

You’ll get a Team update email from Range each afternoon. It includes the Main focus for each team member, which is a great way to see what’s happening in a few lines of text. The Range home screen shows everyone's main focus as well, and allows you to dig in to view the entire check-in.

💡Tip: Join a team. If your organization has multiple teams in Range, you should join the team you're on and follow other teams that you work closely with.

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