As a manager or team lead, Range can save you a lot of time when writing periodic updates about your team to share with the rest of your organization. If your team writes check-ins on Range, consider using Range to collect your next weekly update:
Writing a periodic update about your team to share with the rest of the organization is a proactive way to make others aware of what you’re doing and how they can collaborate. An update published in a centralized place can save you from having to answer the same questions for multiple stakeholders. It can also be a great way to reflect on and celebrate progress with your own team, and the updates also serve as a record that you can look back on over time.
The difficulty with writing periodic updates is that the information you need to gather is often scattered across a plethora of different tools or trapped in various team members’ heads. Tracking down all of this information every time you write an update can take a lot of your time and create unnecessary distraction for the team.
How Range can help
If your team spends a little time each day sharing their work in Range, you can use it as a centralized place to gather all the information you need for your update.
As you find work in Range that you’d like to include in your update, collect it in a list. When you’re done, you’ll hopefully have most of what you need already, and perhaps a short list of people or other tools to follow up with for additional details.
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