Named by Slack as Essential app and trusted by thousands of companies, Kyber is the only all-in-one app you need to perfectly coordinate your teamwork and automate your workflows without leaving Slack.Kyber all-in-one app offers: :white_check_mark: Task and Project management :busts_in_silhouette: Standup meetings :bar_chart: Polls :question: Surveys :speaking_head_in_silhouette: Message scheduling :date: MeetingsYou can now make your Slack conversations more actionable by running all these apps in Slack instead of switching to external ones - a well known productivity killer.With Kyber templates, you can then create, customize and configure your own “micro-apps” based on tasks, polls, questions, messages, meetings to handle your team specific use cases, with no development required.A list of relevant action items is then generated for each Slack #channel, providing a powerful “summary” of what your team has discussed and what needs to be done, saving you from going through hundreds of unread message.What Kyber can help you with • Manage entire projects inside Slack #channels • Assign, schedule and complete tasks • Run daily standup meetings to keep the team up-to-date • Make decision faster with polls • Easily decide the best time for a meeting • Compose, preview and schedule messages • Turn Slack messages into actionable tasks • Check the pulse of your team with surveys • Send, accept, decline meeting invites • Find out where people work from • Run team building activities to get to know your team • Review team workloads • Recognize team members’ efforts • Plan and review sprints with prospectives and retrospectives • Set reminders • Follow up on past due items • Get personalized daily agenda • Enable best practices with recurring tasks, polls, surveys, messages • Automate and customize your own team workflows with powerful templatesHow does Kyber work? Just by typing /kyber in any #channel, you can launch all the Kyber apps and templates. By using Kyber apps, you automatically create lists of action items for each #channel that contain: • Tasks • Reminders • Standup meetings • Surveys • Polls • MeetingsEach #channel list is shared with the members of that #channel to enable efficient collaboration improve productivity. Everyone in the team can assign, edit, comment, complete, add file, vote, answer, and more directly inside Slack. Do you want to see everything from one place? Use Kyber bot to access a sophisticated and intelligent dashboard summarizing all the action items for you and your team, across all #channels.Why choosing Kyber • Single Slack installation, multiple apps, one price • Consistent user experience across apps • Unified dashboard inside Slack • Pre-built, yet customizable apps and workflow automation • Automatic user account provisioning based on Slack identity • No external apps to switch to • Single point of contact for support:books: For detailed information on how to use Kyber with your team, read our guide: https://kyber.me/guideIntegrations Kyber integrates with the apps you already use via IFTTT: for example, you can create tasks from any other app (e.g. a starred email on Gmail or Outlook, an issue assigned on Github, etc.) or record your completed tasks on Evernote, Google spreadsheet, Microsoft OneNote. And it also lets you use Amazon Alexa to create new tasks! Deadlines, reminders and meetings created with Kyber can be exported to any calendar: Google Calendar, Apple iCloud Calendar, Microsoft Outlook/Exchange/Office 365 Calendar, Yahoo, etc.Kyber replaces Trello, Asana, Pivotal Tracker, Jira, Wunderlist, Todoist or any other todo list app, with an easy to use, fully featured, native app for Slack.Visit https://kyber.me for more information and to contact us.
Kyber will ask to:
Access information about your public channelsShow more
Kyber will be able to access basic information about your public channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Access information about your workspaceShow more
Kyber will be able to access information about your workspace, including name, email domain, and icon.
Access information about your direct messagesShow more
Kyber will be able to access basic information about your direct messages (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Access information about your private channelsShow more
Kyber will be able to access basic information about your private channels (including names, topics, purposes, creation date, and latest message).
Send messages as KyberShow more
Kyber will be able to send messages to your workspace.
Add slash commands and add actions to messages (and view related content)
Access your profile and your workspace’s profile fieldsShow more
Kyber will be able to access your profile fields, as well as any data you’ve entered in them.
Access information about your group messagesShow more
Kyber will be able to access basic information about your group messages (including names, topics, purposes, and creation date).
Access your workspace’s content with emoji reactionsShow more
Kyber will be able to access emoji reactions on your workspace along with associated messages, files (including contents and information such as who uploaded it, when it was uploaded, and sharing history), and who added the 'reaction'.
Access your workspace’s profile informationShow more
Kyber will be able to access profile information for all users on your workspace, including names and contact information.
Access your workspace’s files, comments, and associated informationShow more
Kyber will be able to access content of files created inside of or uploaded to Slack (including information such as who uploaded the files, when they were uploaded, associated comments, and sharing history).
Upload and modify files as youShow more
Kyber will be able to upload files, as well as add, edit, and delete file comments on your behalf.
Add a bot user with the username @kyberShow more
Kyber will be able to install a bot user that appears in and has access to your workspace’s directory. It can also post messages and view activity on messages in any channel it is invited to.
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