Friday makes it easy to automate regular updates, which helps you stay connected without another boring meeting.
Automatically prompt your team to share an asynchronous update.
Give better updates
Friday makes giving updates enjoyable and feel less like work.
Instant reports & trends
Quantitatively measure progress and identify trends over time.
"We have 3 different physical locations and Friday has brought such unity for us. I use it for daily standups, weekly retros, weekly planning, and my one-on-ones."
Chief, Digital @ Anautics
Automate routine updates, improve transparency, and hit your goals with less time spent in meetings.
When you and your team write down what you aim to accomplish, you are more likely to do it.
Spend less time in meetings
Reduce the need to spend your day sitting in boring update meetings that could have been an email.
Automate routine updates
Stop begging people for updates and feedback about what's going on. You have better things to do.
Turn work into fun
No one likes filling out status reports. We make the process way more fun and enjoyable for everyone.
Stop playing around in spreadsheets
We automatically aggregate responses and create beautiful reports that you can share.
Replace the feeling of the office
It's easy to feel disconnected when you aren't together. Friday gives you the feeling that you are together.
"I’ve tried managing a distributed team via Slack, PM tools, email, and Hangouts before. It’s unmanageable. Friday’s toolset is exactly what was missing to allow people in different time zones to work together seamlessly."
CTO @ Unstack
More than an update tool
It starts with an update, but becomes a powerful home for what's going on at work. Power-ups make updates more fun.
Say thanks more often
Build a regular habit of saying thanks when giving an update.
Easily submit ideas to improve processes when giving an update.
Make progress on goals
[Coming soon] Make sure you are working on the right things.
"Unnecessary meetings (and most are) are a mutually-assured-destruction of time. Learning how to avoid them is a prerequisite of doing anything great."