The best way to build transparency and awareness of work through Range is to share information where people are already working—including Slack. Once you subscribe a shared team channel in Slack to Range, your team will see Check-Ins, goal updates, and meeting notes directly in Slack.
Note: Want to customize the types of Range updates your team receives in shared Slack channels? Learn more.
To get started, make sure you’ve connected Slack and Range.
From there, you’ll navigate to the team channel in Slack that you’d like to subscribe to Range. You can subscribe a channel to receive updates related to an individual, a team, or a whole company.
To get started, just type /range subscriptions and select the correct team or your company's name. To subscribe an individual, you can type /range subscribe @[name].
Once you've successfully subscribed a channel to a team in Range, you'll start to see several types of updates:
Slack Connect channels are Slack channels connected to multiple workspaces. With Slack Connect channels, you can easily collaborate with external partners, even if they aren't members of your Slack workspace.
If your team wants updates from Range to appear in a Slack Connect channel, all you have to do is invite the Range bot to that channel, subscribe the channel to a Range tag or team, and customize your Range notification settings. Learn more about adding Range to a Slack connect channel.
If you subscribe a channel to a team in Range, you can opt to receive Check-ins, meeting notes, goal updates, or all of the above.
For Check-ins, you can configure whether Range shares individual Check-ins in a thread or directly in the channel.Learn how to customize Range notifications in a shared Slack channel