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14 Competitors to Jell

One platform for daily stand-ups, team check ins, and OKRs.

When to use Jell

When having a remotely distributed workforce is the way forward for your team and you want to make daily reporting a core part of the team culture.


Jell Competitor 1 - I Done This
I Done This's easy daily check-ins and progress reports makes running effective and productive teams easy.

When to use I Done This

When you are managing large remote distributed teams and need regular continuous updates.

Jell Competitor 2 - Tatsu
Tatsu is a Slack app that helps a team conduct asynchronous, remote standup meetings.

When to use Tatsu

When you have a highly motivated team who needs to update each other rather than manage.

Jell Competitor 3 - Olaph
Create stand-ups inside of Slack for FREE!

When to use Olaph

When you work in an agile environment with remote teams, Olaph is your bot!

Jell Competitor 4 - Standuply
A Slack app for your standup meetings.

When to use Standuply

Remote teams and Scrum Masters use Standuply to coordinate the work their teams need to do.

Jell Competitor 5 - Jell
Jell is one platform for daily standups, team check ins, and OKRs. Keeps everyone in sync on Slack.

When to use Jell

When having a remotely distributed workforce is the way forward for your team and you want to make daily reporting a core part of the team culture.

Jell Competitor 6 - Standups
The stories format has taken over social media and we translated the idea to the enterprise world.

When to use Standups

For distributed and remote teams

Jell Competitor 7 - Armadill
Armadill combines the best parts of Kanban workflow (top 3 priorities for each day) with automatic daily standups in order to provide remote teams with a transparent work structure

When to use Armadill

For small teams that are working remotely

Jell Competitor 8 - Geekbot
Join thousands of teams that use Geekbot to automate standups, surveys, and daily reports.

When to use Geekbot

When you need to keep your team focused and safe from interruptions. Geekbot allows users to post updates asynchronously with Slack standups, instead of having to attend actual in person meetings.

Jell Competitor 9 - Neo
Neo is a meeting workspaces platform for remote teams. With Neo, you can create agenda points before the meeting, take notes during the meeting and assign action items for follow up after the meeting

When to use Neo

If you want to save time in meetings and automate your daily routines

Jell Competitor 10 - WhatGotDone
Sync with your remote team with simple, weekly work summaries.

When to use WhatGotDone

When you want to get status updates from your teammates without using a complicated, heavyweight tool.

Jell Competitor 11 - Status Hero
Automated standups, reports, and insights. Status Hero integrates with your existing tools and automatically includes activity from Jira, GitHub, and other apps, making status updates quick and simple for your team. Use with Slack, email, or SMS.

When to use Status Hero

If you want to fix your broken standups and make it easy to get a complete view of each other's work. Great for teams with members across time zones that want to work asynchronously.

Jell Competitor 12 - Range App for Slack
Save time and keep your team connected, no matter where they're working, with the Range app for Slack. Easily attach work from GitHub, GitLab, Asana, Jira, Trello, Google Docs and more

When to use Range App for Slack

Range is great for all teams, especially remote or distributed teams, including engineering, design, and product functions

Jell Competitor 13 - StandupBuddy
StandupBuddy facilitates daily scrum meetings or any other recurring status meetings

When to use StandupBuddy

When you want to save time on daily meetings by using the asynchronous approach

Jell Competitor 14 - Flowist
Flowist provides a simple view of your teammates daily tasks, helps you share important announcements, and helps everyone feel a bit more connected during this new normal

When to use Flowist

Great for remote teams that want to feel informed and aware of what their teammates are doing. Small and large teams benefit from increased clarity, accountability, and community

I Done This's easy daily check-ins and progress reports makes running effective and productive teams easy.

When to use I Done This

When you are managing large remote distributed teams and need regular continuous updates.

Tatsu is a Slack app that helps a team conduct asynchronous, remote standup meetings.

When to use Tatsu

When you have a highly motivated team who needs to update each other rather than manage.

Create stand-ups inside of Slack for FREE!

When to use Olaph

When you work in an agile environment with remote teams, Olaph is your bot!

A Slack app for your standup meetings.

When to use Standuply

Remote teams and Scrum Masters use Standuply to coordinate the work their teams need to do.

Jell is one platform for daily standups, team check ins, and OKRs. Keeps everyone in sync on Slack.

When to use Jell

When having a remotely distributed workforce is the way forward for your team and you want to make daily reporting a core part of the team culture.

The stories format has taken over social media and we translated the idea to the enterprise world.

When to use Standups

For distributed and remote teams

Armadill combines the best parts of Kanban workflow (top 3 priorities for each day) with automatic daily standups in order to provide remote teams with a transparent work structure

When to use Armadill

For small teams that are working remotely

Join thousands of teams that use Geekbot to automate standups, surveys, and daily reports.

When to use Geekbot

When you need to keep your team focused and safe from interruptions. Geekbot allows users to post updates asynchronously with Slack standups, instead of having to attend actual in person meetings.

Neo is a meeting workspaces platform for remote teams. With Neo, you can create agenda points before the meeting, take notes during the meeting and assign action items for follow up after the meeting

When to use Neo

If you want to save time in meetings and automate your daily routines

Sync with your remote team with simple, weekly work summaries.

When to use WhatGotDone

When you want to get status updates from your teammates without using a complicated, heavyweight tool.

Automated standups, reports, and insights. Status Hero integrates with your existing tools and automatically includes activity from Jira, GitHub, and other apps, making status updates quick and simple for your team. Use with Slack, email, or SMS.

When to use Status Hero

If you want to fix your broken standups and make it easy to get a complete view of each other's work. Great for teams with members across time zones that want to work asynchronously.

Save time and keep your team connected, no matter where they're working, with the Range app for Slack. Easily attach work from GitHub, GitLab, Asana, Jira, Trello, Google Docs and more

When to use Range App for Slack

Range is great for all teams, especially remote or distributed teams, including engineering, design, and product functions

StandupBuddy facilitates daily scrum meetings or any other recurring status meetings

When to use StandupBuddy

When you want to save time on daily meetings by using the asynchronous approach

Flowist provides a simple view of your teammates daily tasks, helps you share important announcements, and helps everyone feel a bit more connected during this new normal

When to use Flowist

Great for remote teams that want to feel informed and aware of what their teammates are doing. Small and large teams benefit from increased clarity, accountability, and community