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Whether you are working at home or in the office, the Range software will help businesses build teams using team management tools. Range removes the problems you face in team building through expert-created questions and taking feedback from the teammates.
Since there is no additional time required for the meetings, Range keeps all teams in coordination. Expert team coaches designed the software, and you get pre-formatted questions that talk about topics like growth mindset, feedback, and communication styles.




  • Activity/News Feed
  • Alerts/Notifications
  • Collaboration Tools
  • Discussions / Forums
  • Employee Activity Monitoring
  • Employee Recognition
  • File Sharing
  • Goal Management
  • Meeting Management
  • Negative Feedback Management
  • Performance Management
  • Progress Tracking
  • Pulse Surveys
  • Recurring Tasks
  • Remote Access/Control


  • Deployment: Cloud Based, Web Based, SaaS Based


  • Live Online
  • Documentation

Range Users

Available Support

  • Email
  • Phone

Language Support

  • English

Company Details

  • Company Name: Range

  • Headquarter: United States

  • Full Address:


Overall: The company itself is great. I appreciate the outreach and support that we’ve gotten so far. And as I mentioned above, it streamlines a lot of the very manual check-in processes that we used to use. Adoption is growing exponentially, which feels like an overall success for me.
Pros: We’re an incredibly distributed team. Over 50 people spread across three continents and a dozen different sites. Range helps me set shared objectives for my team and then gives me a view of what people are working on. I love that it ties updates to goals, and that it surfaces blockers and concerns in an easily digestible way. The additional questions that create trust and shared understanding are icing on the cake.
Cons: It’s very G-Suite centered. That worked well at my previous company where we were deeply embedded within the Google ecosystem. It’s a bit more challenging in a Microsoft tools world (Office, Sharepoint, Outlook). Not impossible, but it does require a bit more work.

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Overall: Great, Customer service on point and the help articles keep it KISS oriented.
Pros: I think the way it’s organized. It’s pretty clear where to get things done. At the end of the day you’ve got to understand the OKR philosophy to make any of these OKR saas offerings to make sense. If you do understand OKR then range really flows as an organic extension of that philosophy. I love the meeting features and especially the 1:1 s as well The culture feature is something I have always looked for from fan OKR solution and Range nails it both with emojis and and org questions to foster a winning culture even if your team is remote.
Cons: Some of the integrations require webhooks which may be totally necessary but do reduce my user experience a bit.

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What do you like best?
I like the emojis the best! It’s fun to have a simple representation of “how I’m feeling”, and it’s fun to be able to react outrageously by “liking” something a bunch of times.

What do you dislike?
It doesn’t work as a standalone tool, since there’s not much in the way of chat. Adding extra tools that need to be used can make it easier to forget one.

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What do you like best?
Range integrations makes it a hub of information about your team health in terms of progress but also in the personal and cultural side with the daily check-ins and questions of the day. The meetings and objectives modules are really useful for teams that run metric oriented goals and reassess it frequently.

What do you dislike?
The daily check-ins are kind of unstructured and things are not task oriented. Even though you can create a checklist of things, it is unclear how to report progress other than what was completed and not. Some integrations (like calendar) also creates a lot of noise in the app suggesting calendar events from weeks behind, however, it is optional to use.

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