Rollcall is an asynchronous standup meeting tool that helps remote teams work better together with built-in scheduling and integrations with your tech stack. More

For all its conveniences, remote teamwork can get messy quickly, with symptoms like scheduling mishaps and video call fatigue. (“I wonder if my zoning out looks pensive…”)

Even your best efforts to keep everyone in the loop still end up with vital information slipping through the cracks.

What if you could keep your whole team in sync and spend less time on conference calls?

Introducing Rollcall

Rollcall is an asynchronous standup meeting tool that helps remote teams work better together with built-in scheduling and integrations with your tech stack.

Say goodbye to the technical difficulties and scheduling issues that plague traditional video meetings

With Rollcall, you can schedule pre-recorded asynchronous standups with audio, video, text, or screenshare capabilities.

Instead of joining a live meeting, each member of your team can record their update and post it to the standup. (“We hit our weekly traffic goal! Also, there’s a squirrel outside my window.”)

Keeping everyone on time—and on track—in remote meetings isn’t easy. (“Kevin, you’re muted again.”)

With Rollcall, you can organize remote, recorded meetings with teammates in any timezone, so no one misses an update

Rollcall seamlessly integrates with Slack, so you can stay on top of important meetings and updates without interrupting your current workflow.

Working with a national—or international—team can get complicated. (“Good morning/evening.”)

No problem. Rollcall lets you schedule a meeting timeframe to make coordinating with team members around the world a breeze.

Track attendance, engagement, and trends for your meeting in your Rollcall History

Even with video meetings, it’s hard to know if everyone’s showing up and staying engaged. (Person who never turns on their camera, what are you up to over there?)

With the attendance history feature, you can make sure all your team members watch the recorded standup once it’s completed.

There’s a lot of great things about working remotely—no commute, casual dress code, more time with furry friends (10:00 a.m. meeting agenda: play with Ziggy).

But the struggle of keeping remote teams in sync and on-task isn’t one of them.

Kick back-to-back video meetings to the curb and keep your team connected the smart way.

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