You don't need a meeting to share what you've accomplished. The daily report is the easiest way to share progress
The daily report template is deeply integrated into workplace tools, like Slack and Microsoft Teams.
Easily measure and track results over time. See how the team is trending over time.
Customize every aspect of the reporting (questions, reminders, notifications, and much more).
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A daily report isn't rocket science - it's a quick recap of your day and what you accomplished. The goal is to keep stakeholders and others in the loop on your accomplishments, so you can spend less time in meetings and more time doing great work.
You can also use this routine for your own personal productivity - it's like a journal for work.
For individuals, a daily report is a nice chance to reflect on your day and prioritize the future. This daily checkpoint helps you take a step back and be more intentional about where you are spending your time.
For team leaders, you are responsible for the output of your team. While it's critical that you know what's going on with your team, many people choose to hold meetings to gather this information. We think this is massively inefficient. You could share this information asynchronously instead.
We recommend the following questions in your daily report:
As you roll out this process, you can add and remove questions over time. If you use the Friday workflow builder, you can customize a variety of questions, like emojis, open-ended responses, and more.
The purpose of the daily report to your boss is to inform your team lead of what has happened during your workday.
• Tasks that you completed and worked on
• Progress towards major goals
• Any blockers getting in your way from further progress. This could include decisions you're waiting on, or other work from colleagues, or other process-oriented problems (i.e. the new software hasn't been installed yet).
• Any other issues? Also, alert them to other issues or items.
Friday includes daily and weekly report templates to help keep your boss or manager informed. Friday can also gather feedback from your whole team.