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Troopr Check-ins help you run standups, retrospectives and other agile ceremonies async.
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Create a check-in for your team. Get reports of the team’s check-in answers. Read more about each check-in below. Read here on getting insights of the check-in reports.
When configuring Check-in for a team with members in different time zones, you may want them to respond at a time that corresponds to their time zone. Troopr allows you to schedule Check-ins to execute at the user's local time zone. Read more here.
Setup a shared channel standup check-in with people outside of your organization. Read more 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. Click here to connect to Jira to setup Jira integration.
Choose to edit the schedule, questions and reporting of the created check-ins. Read more here.
Do a test run on a Check-in to see how it works instantly. Read more here.
Check out the privileges exclusive to administrators. Read more here.
1.Trigger a check-in manually- Set up a Check-in that will be triggered manually and not on a schedule. Read more here.
2. Enable/ Disable late submissions- By default, Troopr Check-ins allow for late submission. This means that even after the wait time is ended, participants can continue to answer the Check-in. Read more here to change the default settings.
3. Get email reports- Send yourself an email containing the Check-ins report data over a period of time. Read more here.