The best way to build transparency and awareness of work through Range is to share information where people are already working—Slack and email. Once you subscribe a shared team channel in Slack to Range, your team will see Check-Ins, objective updates, and meeting notes directly in Slack.
Connect Slack to Range
To get started, make sure you’ve got Slack connected to Range.
Subscribe a channel to 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].
What you'll see in the channel
Once you've successfully subscribed a channel to Range, you'll start to see several types of updates:
- Check-ins: Each day Check-ins shared by team members will be sent to the Slack channel.
- Meeting notes: Meeting notes from Meetings associated with the team will be sent to the Slack channel.
- Objective updates: When an objective's owned by the team in Range is updated, the updated will be shared in Slack.
For Check-ins, you can configure whether Range shares individual Check-ins in a thread or directly in a channel. Learn how to make changes here.