Check-in with your team

Easily know what’s happening with structured updates that build team culture and pull work together across your tools.

How Check-ins Work

Steps for building a foundation of async communication
Pick a schedule

Step 1

Pick a schedule

Decide whether your team will share an update daily, two days a week, weekly, or whatever works for you.

Customize your prompts

Step 2

Customize your prompts

Remind your team (and yourself) what to include in your check-in with custom prompts that encourage reflections, planning, and team building.

Link your tools

Step 3

Link your tools

Stop opening ten tabs to plan your day. Connect the apps you use and easily add tasks and context to your check-in.

Share and react

Step 4

Share and react

Share your check-in in Range and Slack or MS Teams. Engage with your team’s work with comments and emojis.


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How Range is Different

Going beyond chat bots and shared docs
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simple + effective

No empty page problem

Range remembers your plan from yesterday, making it easy to get back in the flow.

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β€œRange 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.”

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Insights for building great teams

Achieving results as a team is complicated. You need playbooks for building effective and happy teams.

What are team check-ins?

Simple daily updates can level up your standups and keep your team in sync, with fewer meetings.

How check-ins help

Async communication

Remote and hybrid work require that you lean into communication practices that don't require people to be in the same place at the same time.

​Difference between sync and async comms

Hybrid work

Why remote and flexible work is the future, and how to prepare.

How to adapt your team

Invest every day

Invest in team culture every day through small actions that build the foundations of teamwork: psychological safety, vulnerability, and trust.