Get three meetings of work done in just one

With multiplayer agendas and inclusive meeting tools, Range keeps everyone engaged and on track so you can move work forward, faster.

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I am a really big fan of the flow of the Meetings tool! It really helps our team to keep track of what was said in the last meeting and what needs to be done.

Melissa Merencillo, Program Manager at Twitter

What's different about Range?

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Cover one agenda topic at a time. Use built-in facilitation tools to keep every discussion inclusive and organized.

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Connect Range agendas to Google Calendar events to make every conversation count. Build collaborative agendas directly from Slack and automatically share notes via email when the meeting ends.

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Capture and assign action items during every meeting so your team can move work forward and hit goals faster.


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How to manage your meetings with Range

Build agendas in multiplayer mode.

Step 1

Build agendas in multiplayer mode.

Create agenda items from email or Slack. Add, remove, and re-order topics as a team — before the meeting and in real time.

Guide focused discussions.

Step 2

Guide focused discussions.

Follow a clear agenda, always. Give each topic an owner and time limit to keep the meeting on track.

Get the whole team engaged.

Step 3

Get the whole team engaged.

When you meet live, run icebreaker rounds to help all participants feel seen and heard. Use the spinner to tap into a variety of perspectives and give everyone a chance to share.

Keep up the momentum after the meeting.

Step 4

Keep up the momentum after the meeting.

Document notes and action items. Automatically share takeaways when the meeting ends so the whole team has visibliity into decisions and next steps — even those who couldn't attend.


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By using Range, our eng team can keep our meetings efficient and still know what everyone is doing. Plus, I can easily see who needs help and check on how folks are feeling.

Start with an agenda template

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Weekly Team Meeting Template

When you need to meet as a team, take time to connect on a personal level, review progress, and get everyone involved. Access the template.

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Sprint Review Meeting Template

Inspect and discuss the outcomes of a recent sprint as a team. Decide how you will apply learnings to future sprints. Access the template.

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Weekly 1:1 Meeting Template

Unblock and support your direct reports. Identify opportunities for development and growth. Access the template.


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Do more & meet less with Range.

  • Facilitate collaborative meetings
  • Integrate seamlessly with your favorite tools
  • Keep your team feeling connected
  • Run async check-ins
  • Track towards goals every day
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We love the capacity to build recurring topics, see our objectives, outstanding action items and our flagged items directly in our meeting agenda. It greatly helps in easily building our agenda as well as facilitating our meetings.
Jean-Francois Pilon

Jean-Francois Pilon

Technology Director

There is a direct correlation between when I run the meeting in Range, and a 50% reduction in the amount of time our standup takes out of my team’s day.
Will Persampieri

Will Persampieri

Engineering Team Lead

GCrowd
This is a great resource tool for a manager who likes to check in on their staff but does not want to micromanage them!
Christy Tallman

Christy Tallman

Billing Manager

With Range, it's easier to set up repeating team meetings, which means they're more effective and shorter.
Adam Whitlock

Adam Whitlock

Site Reliability Engineer