Quickly review, follow up and take action from one unified view.


Project docs, knowledge bases, and team sites just got better

  • If I know something and write it down, it’s 10x more likely to be useful to others.
  • If we decide something and write it down, it’s 10x more likely to be acted upon.
  • If I can edit what you wrote and make improvements, we’re 10x more likely to create a better outcome.


Find the signals in the noise

  • who’s moving things forward (or not)?
  • what’s recently active (or not)?
  • using filters, give me an early warning of what’s slipping through the cracks or needs followup?
  • in which…


  • why and how to turn Slack messages and files into tasks and wiki cards
  • how to find/comment on/complete tasks from within Slack
  • how to organize and visualize the “big picture” in a kanban board that sits alongside Slack


Query, filter, and sort large numbers of Cards


Better projects, less overload

  1. Project details and decisions slip through the cracks due to the volume of messages and channels
  2. Conversations and context are hard to follow because a topic gets discussed in multiple channels or apps


  • fresh decisions
  • important feedback & ideas
  • items to follow up on


Get a kanban Board for every Slack channel, no new login required

  • Visualize what "on the same page" looks like for a channel
  • Lay out a channel’s workflow rhythm, fully accessible from Slack

Scott McMullan

VP Product Pingpad | 2x Founder | Xoogler | CS PhD Dropout

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