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Create & track tasks in Slack

Manage tasks in Slack without drowning in messages, chasing updates, or convincing the team to check other tools.

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Get things done. The easy way.

Quickly clarify tasks and owners

Get clear on what needs to be done and who is doing what without drowning in back-and-forth messages on Slack. Create collaborative lists with Yama and make sure everyone is aligned on tasks and owners.

Get the details, without the clutter

Quickly get a clear picture of the current status of work without the hassles of constant check-ins, chasing updates, or digging through dozens of conversations.

Easy for anyone to contribute

No need to learn any new tools or interfaces. If you know how to use Slack, you know how to use Yama. Anyone on the team can create, assign, and track tasks — all without leaving Slack.

Effortless visibility for the team

Let the team stay informed without bouncing between external tools or clicking yet another link. Yama makes it painless for everyone to stay in the loop on progress.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I add Yama to my Slack workspace?

To add Yama to your workspace, simply click the Add to Slack-button above.

What happens after I install the app?

After you install Yama, the app is available in your workspace for anyone to use. You will receive a message in Slack from Yama that shows you how you can create your first list. You will also get an email to help you get started and so you can send us your feedbackon the app! (You can opt-out of any future emails by clicking the link in that email.)

How do I create a list once the app is installed?

To create a list with Yama, enter the shortcut command /yama in the channel where you want to create the list. This will launch Yama and let you to create your list.

If I assign someone an item on my list, will they be notified?

When someone is assigned an item they will get a mention in the channel where you posted your list. Just like if you mentioned their name in a regular message in the channel.

How can others on my team create lists of their own?

Yup! All they need to do is enter the shortcut command /yama to launch Yama.