Troopr Check-ins help you run standups, retrospectives and other agile ceremonies async.
If you can’t find Troopr under the App’s section on your Slack workspace, click on the Add App in the Slack sidebar and search for Troopr Assistant. Select Troopr so that it will start showing up under the Apps in Slack. We recommend that you star the Troopr Assistant app for easier accessiblity later.
Every team member will see their Check-ins in Troopr App Home in Slack. There is no need to request for their Check-ins using commands, Troopr provides a persistent and current list of Check-ins with a single click.
Navigate to the Home tab in Troopr Assistant Slack app. The list shows Check-ins associated with the user. The list is always up to date and actionable.
Every participant receives a Slack notification briefing the Check-in information as and when the facilitator has set up a meeting.
When it is time to answer a Check-in, participants receive a Slack message with a button prompting them to answer. Participants are also allowed to answer the Check-in later. In this case, Troopr can send one or more reminders before wait time, encouraging the participants to contribute. Read about Reminders. Participants can also choose to answer the next check-in before time. Read more about it here.
Troopr Check-ins are deeply integrated into your Jira projects. Jira issues referenced in Check-in responses are automatically expanded (unfurled) with a summary of the issue and a link. Read more here.
Create a check-in and get reports of the check-in answers. Read more about each check-in below. Read here on getting insights of the check-in reports.
Setup planned absences for yourself or for another employee. Troopr will disable your notifications when you mark yourself as absent.Read more here.