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8 Competitors to WhatGotDone

Best WhatGotDone competitors

Simple, lightweight alternative to team status meetings

Top WhatGotDone competitors include Armadill, DailyBot and Neo. Also find more competitors to WhatGotDone from the below list.

When to use WhatGotDone

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


WhatGotDone Competitor 1 - 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

WhatGotDone Competitor 2 - DailyBot
DailyBot reduces the need for meetings by automating stand-ups, daily status reports, retrospectives and periodic check-ins

When to use DailyBot

Use cases include agile development, management, remote work, team culture, mental health

WhatGotDone Competitor 3 - 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

WhatGotDone Competitor 4 - 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.

WhatGotDone Competitor 5 - 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.

WhatGotDone Competitor 6 - Ricotta
Manage team task boards, standups, company and team OKRs, and personal todos with Ricotta without ever leaving Slack!

When to use Ricotta

Ricotta helps remote teams to achieve peak productivity on slack. It is a one-stop-shop for all tasks, to-do, OKRs, Standups, and Kudos, and users won't have the headache of surfing through multiple apps on slack!

WhatGotDone Competitor 7 - 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

WhatGotDone Competitor 8 - Cadence
Cadence is an app that teams use daily to share progress updates and celebrate milestones directly in Slack

When to use Cadence

For daily standups and work updates

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

DailyBot reduces the need for meetings by automating stand-ups, daily status reports, retrospectives and periodic check-ins

When to use DailyBot

Use cases include agile development, management, remote work, team culture, mental health

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

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.

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.

Manage team task boards, standups, company and team OKRs, and personal todos with Ricotta without ever leaving Slack!

When to use Ricotta

Ricotta helps remote teams to achieve peak productivity on slack. It is a one-stop-shop for all tasks, to-do, OKRs, Standups, and Kudos, and users won't have the headache of surfing through multiple apps on 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

Cadence is an app that teams use daily to share progress updates and celebrate milestones directly in Slack

When to use Cadence

For daily standups and work updates