Range works with several popular tools, and we're adding more all the time. Here's what you can do with each linked tool:

  • Slack — Get notifications from Range when teammates post check-ins. You can also write the @range bot to quickly add items to your Range check-in. Learn more
  • Google Drive — See your Google Drive activity as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. You'll see documents, presentations, spreadsheets, and files that you've recently created or edited, and documents where you've added comments. Learn more
  • Google Calendar — See your upcoming and past calendar events as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more
  • GitHub — See your GitHub pull requests and issues as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more about standard GitHub and GitHub Enterprise
  • GitLab — See your GitLab merge requests and issues as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more 
  • Asana — See your completed tasks from Asana as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more
  • Trello — See your assigned and modified tasks from Trello as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more
  • Jira — See your resolved issues and sub-tasks from Jira as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in. Learn more
  • Dropbox — See Dropbox files you’ve added or modified as suggestions in Range when writing a check-in.  We will create a share link for your file when you add it your check-in if one doesn’t already exist. Learn more
  • Google Groups — Automatically create a Google Groups mailing list for each team in Range, so teams have their own email address. Learn more

How to add linked tools

1. If required, connect the integration for your entire workspace

A few integrations require an admin to connect and grant permission for your whole org first. Go to the integration settings page and click "Set up for your workspace" next to the integration of your choice. If the UI says you must be a Range admin, contact us via the round chat button in the bottom right and we can help.

Note: You'll also need to be an Admin in Slack and GitHub to add these tools. Here's our Security FAQ if you'd like to know more.

2. Have everyone on your team link their identity to the tool

This lets Range know who you are on each other tool that you use. Each person should go to the integration settings page and click the [Link Asana] button (or whichever tool you want to link).

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If you have any problems with these linked tools, please let us know. We're here to help!


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