Check-ins

Using Range for status Check-ins with your team

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Mood check-ins

Checking in on how your team is feeling with emojis and red / yellow / green
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Written by Michael Boykin
Updated this week

Writing your first Check-in

We’ll guide you through the check-in feature and provide you with tips on how to make a great first check-in!
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

3 tips for writing a great Check-in

How to write Check-ins that keep your team in sync
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

Who can see my Check-ins?

What happens when you share a Check-in and how publishing works
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

When should I publish a Check-in?

How to publish in the way that’s right for your team
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

Getting started with Integrations

How to connect your tools to make Check-ins easier
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

Connecting with your team

Building trust and belonging every day
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

Updating your check-in after sharing

How to add items to your check-in, even after it's been published
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago

Answering Team Questions

Team questions foster a psychologically safe environment — a key component of team effectiveness.
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago

Using moods in your check-In

Using moods to build psychological safety and team effectiveness.
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago

Using integrations in your check-ins

How Range works with Slack, GitHub, Asana, Jira, Dropbox, Google Docs, and more
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Written by Braden Kowitz
Updated over a week ago

Using Maybe Later

Ever wonder what to do when you’re not ready to share your plan with your team?
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago

Using [Flags] in your check-ins

Flags allow you to raise item to your team and to keep others aware of blockers to your work.
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago

Using #tags in check-ins

Categorize your work
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Written by Sean McBride
Updated over a week ago

Reacting to check-ins

Reacting to check-ins helps your team better adapt Range. This article explains why.
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Written by Hello
Updated over a week ago