Here are the most commonly used slash commands for interacting with your standup on Jell. You can run these slash commands from any channel in Slack.

Teams

See a list of the teams in your Jell organization. You’ll see a checkmark next to any teams you’re a member of:

If you’re a member of multiple teams, note the team tag — you’ll need that later.

Plans

Show the list of tasks you entered in your standup for the “What are you planning to do?” question.

If you’re a member of multiple teams, you might have to use your team name to show the correct list of plans:

You can add new plans to your standup throughout the day. Just use the plans command and add the task description:

If you’re a member of multiple teams, you might have to use your team name:

Complete

You can mark one of your plans as complete by specifying the number in the list:

If you’re a member of multiple teams, you might have to use your team name:

Future Plans

You can list your future plans with a slash command:

Or add a new task to your future plans:

Or move a task from your to-do list to your standup plans:

Help

There are a handful of other slash commands available for the Jell app. To see a full list, run the help command:

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