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Steady for Meta Workplace users

Coordination, not just communication

Steady runs in the background, distilling plans & progress from tools, teams, and people into tailored summaries that keep everyone in sync.

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How Steady works, for meta workplace users

Modern product teams are *fractured* and *noisy*. Developers, designers, product managers, marketers, etc. All of their domain-specific tools. Sub-teams for specific surfaces. Issues, to-dos, and message threads for *everything*. Steady helps teams build cohesive product faster by putting alignment and context-building on auto-pilot. Here's how:
  • Keep squads in tight sync without standups

    Whether you use project teams or functional teams, async Smart Check-ins keep everyone in tight sync without standups or status meetings. Check-ins summarize plans and progress, and automatically link activity from all of your tools so that everyone has all the context they need.

    • Keep teammates in tight sync, in minutes a day
    • All your activity, in one place, fully contextualized
    • Get notified when people are blocked
  • Align the whole team around a focused product vision

    Live Goals translate product vision into a structured set of actionable goals where everyone knows what they need to do, and how their work fits in to the big picture. Unique, blog-like updates are collected every few weeks and shared with all the teams involved.

    • Progress and confidence, at a glance
    • Keep information flowing across teams
    • No asking for updates, no surprises
  • Free up bandwidth for high-impact work

    People — particularly those in “glue” roles — spend hours every day manually assembling, synthesizing, and distributing information. Steady’s Daily Digest frees up that time by automatically packaging up relevant updates into personal summaries, delivered daily.

    • Keep everyone up to speed automatically
    • Personalized summary-level context
    • Get notified via app, email, Slack, or Teams
  • Take the paperwork out of 1:1s and retrospectives

    Every goal, team profile, and user profile is a comprehensive, context-rich log of exactly what happened, with all the dots pre-connected. Plans, progress, links to artifacts, everything. No more relying on fuzzy memory or tedious ad-hoc record-keeping.

    • Automatic, context-rich logs of who did what
    • Build cross-team trust by working in the open
    • Get new team members up to speed quick

Continuous Coordination, in under 2 minutes

Learn how modern knowledge work is broken, and how the principles behind Steady fix it.

All your tools, all in one place

Steady acts like a glue layer for your tools, pulling in key activity like meetings, commits, pull requests, and issue updates. Even better, Steady contextualizes that activity by attaching it to written summaries. No more information silos, no more blind spots, no more hunting for information.

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Microsoft Teams
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Azure Devops
Linear
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Trello
GitLab
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Monday.com
Pivotal Tracker
Bitbucket
Teamwork
Google Calendar

Cut costs, not corners

People spend 60% or more of their work hours on meetings, context switching, and other alignment-related tasks. The cost in payroll and lost productivity is massive.

Steady saves teams big by turning hours of alignment work into minutes, leaving more time for value-creating work. A 50 person team would save $0,000 every month by replacing one meeting a day with Steady.

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Trusted by meta workplace users

Thousands of high-impact teams use Steady every day to stay aligned, productive, and engaged without all the coordination drudgery.

“Loom has distributed teams spread throughout the US, Canada, Brazil, and Europe. Steady let’s our independent product teams update each other through async daily standups and allows for more heads down time.”

Vinay Hiremath
Vinay Hiremath

Co-Founder/Head of Engineering @ Loom

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