See how long tasks have been in progress, and spot situations that may require your attention.
Teamplify combines issue status updates with work schedule to calculate the time spent on each task, making a reasonably accurate estimate even without a time tracker.
A “No recent commits” warning could mean that a developer is distracted or stuck and may need help.
Periodic “Issue updates” notifications remind people to provide an update on their task in progress.
Teamplify can see if your teammates have a task in progress and issue a warning if they don’t, so there’s no ambiguity about what they’re working on.
Reminders rely on work days rather than calendar days for better accuracy.
Automatically detect unanswered questions in issue comments that have been pending for too long and politely ask people to respond.
Daily standup reports include a compact availability calendar that shows upcoming vacations, holidays, and more.
Thanks to the built-in worldwide support for national holidays, you’ll see their holidays and will never be caught by surprise, no matter where your colleagues are based.
Teamplify will never bother people on their vacation with notifications, and it will let others know their teammate is not available.
Collecting team status updates in advance helps to hold more productive meetings.
Meeting time is precious. Focus on actual problems, rather than figuring out routine questions.
Team sync does not necessarily require a meeting. Asynchronous status updates work just fine for many teams, and Smart Daily Standup supports this mode too.
All automated checks included in Smart Daily Standup are fully configurable. Enable those that make sense for your team, and fine-tune check parameters and exceptions.