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Participate in Slack standup meeting

Provide your updates, blockers and challenges that needs to be addressed right in Slack

What’s it for

Share your daily updates, plans, and any blockers using Actioner’s Standup bot. Contribute to improving the overall effectiveness of our standup meetings and team coordination.

Meeting questions of Standup encourages concise communication for more focused and relevant updates.

How it works

Answer the daily meeting questions in Slack

When a standup meeting starts, a message containing meeting details is sent to the team channel. Directly under this message, you will find the Answer button. Clicking on it reveals a form includes three questions: What did you do yesterday? What are the plans for today? Any blockers?

Upon responding to these questions, click the Submit button. Once submitted, your answers will be posted under meeting's message.

Modifying your standup updates

If you need to edit your answers, you can utilize the View/Update answers button before the meeting concludes. This enables you to review and edit your initial responses. Any changes made will reflect in the corresponding thread message as well.

How to get started

All you need to do is to install Standup app from Actioner app directory and connect to your Slack workspace. You can easily set Slack daily standups with the app once you have set it up.

Some other handy workflows

Setup a Standup meeting in Slack

Initiate a daily standup meeting without leaving Slack


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Frequently asked questions

Is it possible to conduct an async daily standup?

Absolutely! Actioner’s Standup App fully supports Async Standup meetings, providing you with the flexibility to collect team updates without the necessity for real-time interaction. You can easily set up your meeting at a scheduled time that you predefined during the creation, or initiate it manually whenever needed.