Align tasks with our daily standup meeting template

Navigate day-to-day duties, roadblocks, and victories with FigJam’s daily stand up, 1:1, and team check-in agendas that sync past, present, and future objectives and obstacles.

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Daily sync template

Make the most of every day—and every daily standup—with collaborative meeting agenda templates that keep your whole team up to speed.

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Stand up for your team

When you clip check-ins at the top of your agenda, you can share top-priority tasks, updates, and good vibes with your entire team—on the daily.

Line up workloads: Synchronize daily goals and organize tasks, updates, and blockers to streamline for success.

Share insights: Build collaboration into your team meetings and keep a dynamic record of your knowledge, workflows, and solutions-based ideation.

Harmonize your voices: Improve team communication and encourage interaction—during standup, and after.

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Take a stand—together

Improve workflow and align daily duties by working together on digital whiteboards, using brainstorming tools, and engaging with your team with dot voting and polls. Thanks to FigJam, meetings go way beyond roll calls and clipboards—you’ll have a surplus of interactive widgets and tools at your fingertips to draw from together.

Meet the next generation of meeting agendas

Ensure everyone is up to date on current projects and troubleshoot any roadblocks your team has encountered. Whether you’re looking to start up or circle back, our Community templates make teamwork easy.


A standup meeting agenda serves to update your whole team on each member’s progress. They’re typically held every day at a set time. During every meeting, each team member will discuss what they completed yesterday, what’s on the docket today, and if they’re experiencing any blockers that may prevent them from completing a task.

Holding standup meetings helps management gain a clear picture of the team’s progress and provides opportunities for brainstorming where team members can provide solutions to remove roadblocks. With FigJam’s standup meeting template, you can keep track of updates and create to-dos to ensure your entire team is up to speed and heading toward the finish line.

An effective daily standup meeting should be short and sweet. While some team members may want to discuss their daily to-dos at length, this can interrupt workflow and decrease productivity. 

Begin by addressing the purpose of the meeting, then ask each employee a trio of questions:

  • “What did you accomplish yesterday?”
  • “What are you working on today?"
  • “Is there anything stopping you from completing your tasks?”

Make a note of each answer. Then, if there’s time, encourage your team to identify if there are any opportunities for team members to synchronize tasks or take the load off another employee’s to-do list.

Click here to learn more on how to run a great daily standup meeting.

Standup meetings are called that for a reason—before the age of remote work and virtual meetings, these discussions were held standing up. Why? To ensure that they were quick and efficient. As such, you should try to limit each meeting to no more than 30 minutes, depending on the size of your team.

A daily standup should also be held at the same time every day, with the same three questions asked, to provide employees with a reliable routine and the opportunity to prepare any talking points. FigJam’s template provides a structured format for productive meetings.

A daily standup meeting helps teams align on progress, roadblocks, and upcoming plans. A consistent daily meeting helps keep team members on the same page, ensures that action items are being completed on time, and improves communication across the entire team.

As a team leader, if you feel like individuals are not getting the most value out of daily stand up meetings, consider the following:

  • Set specific goals for the standup meeting.
  • Follow an agenda template to keep things on track.

Keep daily standups short. (Note: Even though daily standups are brief, encourage team members to provide context and ask clarifying questions as needed.)

Remote team members may struggle with communication and collaboration. A short, daily meeting is a great place to share project updates to the entire team while promoting accountability for those working virtually. Remote team members can also ask questions and bring up quick topics to discuss.

Our free daily standup template is structured specifically to help teams navigate their standup meetings remotely. To use this template:

  • Set a timer for 5 minutes.
  • Have each team member fill out what action items they completed last week, what they plan to complete this week, and any blockers they foresee impacting their workflow.
  • Once everyone has finished filling out the template, have a team leader review all responses.

Stamp or mark any items to discuss with the broader team.

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