The Collaboration Front-end  For Engineering Teams

All-in-one functionality for developers and engineers

Why Rock?

All the functionality you need in one place. Messaging + tasks in every space.

Messaging + Tasks

Combine messaging with task management in one place. Native functionality on both ends.

Work with anyone

Invite anyone to work together for free. Great for open source projects or building in public.

Fully integrated

Bring work from different apps together in one place with Miro, Figma, Notion and more.

What others have to say

Join creative and marketing teams from across the world in a better way of getting work done.

I’d recommend Rock to any software development company which is annoyed with switching from one tool to another. It just makes life easier to have it all in one place. That’s what everyone wants eventually.

Markéta Mazlová
CEO @Metiosoftware

Features

Packed with helpful features to elevate your projects.

No need to manually add data from past tools. Import from Trello, Slack, WhatsApp, Asana, and more in a few easy steps.

Use Tap to Organize to move messages to the Tasks, Notes or Topics mini-apps. Documented, organized and actionable.

Link between tasks, notes and topics with @mention anything in chat messages and comments across mini-apps.

Attach wireframes from Figma, Miro mindmaps and other important cloud storage files directly into task descriptions.

Keep your to-do’s just a click away with Set Aside. Store tasks, messages, files, notes and topics in one palce.

Organize different users and spaces for internal and external projects in one convenient place with workspaces.

No need to manually add data from past tools. Import from Trello, Slack, WhatsApp, Asana, and more in a few easy steps.

Use Tap to Organize to move messages to the Tasks, Notes or Topics mini-apps. Documented, organized and actionable.

Link between tasks, notes and topics with @mention anything in chat messages and comments across mini-apps.

My Tasks gives you an overview of tasks across your different spaces. Filter by assigned to, created or following.

Board list and calendar view to give you the flexibility to tackle any kind of project.

Rock fits right into your toolstack with integrations to cloud storage, design, and videoconferencing applications.

Use cases

Manage different workflows, deliverables or discussions with project management in every space.

Website development

Discuss everything from wireframes to staged websites. Track progress, bugs and improvements in one place.

Client spaces

Rock is the white-glove solution to client management. Communicate and collaborate unlimited clients for free.

Product Roadmap

Set objectives and map future improvements and new features in a dedicated space. Highlight upcoming features with calendar view on tasks.

Bug reporting

Keep track of bugs and improvements. Leverage topics, tasks, files and more so no issue is forgotten.

Open source projects

Set up full-fledged communities packed with functionality. Seamlessly add new contributors and builders across spaces.

Build in public

Set up communities where your users can provide feedback, product suggestions. Packed with functionality and at no extra cost.

Step-by-Step

Collaboration is made simple on Rock. Get work started with anyone within seconds.

Step 1

Set up a new workspace

Start your new project by creating a dedicated workspace for it.

Step 2

Add new spaces

Add spaces to the workspace for project communications: development, feature feedback, announcements...

Step 3

Invite people

Invite users both in and outside of your organization to your workspaces. They will directly be added to all spaces within!

Step 4

Add integrations

Connect engineering work with Miro, Figma, Adobe Creative Cloud, Notion & more.

Step 5

Configure the workflow

Define how you want to use tasks, notes, files and topics and get started!

Build engineering workflows in Rock for free

All-in-one functionality that adapts to your ever-growing team.

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Our users love us

Rock takes away all the friction so you can instantly set up a collaboration space with anyone.

Questions & answers

Why should I choose Rock for my engineering projects?

Rock is a perfect fit for your engineering projects because it offers a combination of communication, task management and integrations. You can keep all your work in one place!

What does the Rock free plan include?

The free version of Rock includes 1 workspace with up to 10 spaces. You can also create unlimited separate spaces outside of your workspace. Invite anyone to join you and work with messaging, tasks and more!

Why should I work with clients on Rock?

Clients can be invited to Rock at no additional cost. Send messages, tasks or start meeting without leaving your shared spaces. Share progress and keep an open communication channel at all times.

How can I use Rock for open source building?

Working on tasks and messaging is not blocked for external users. You can leverage this combination in functionality to organize different communications, updates and open source collaborations in one place.

Why is Rock a good platform for building my product in public?

Rock provides full-fledged messaging and unlimited invites at no cost. Combining messaging with tasks in your community makes it easy to document information, communicate and share updates with everyone.

Can I bring freelancers or contractors onto Rock as well?

Yes, feel free to invite anyone that is helping with your projects to new spaces. You can collaborate with them inside your workspace or create a separate space just for collaborating with them.

Does Rock have automations and a Github integration?

Yes, the PRO plan includes automations through Github, Zapier, Rollbar, Sentry and a custom API. This way you can automate messages, tasks and notes to be sent into your different projects.

How do paid plans work at Rock?

Pay for advanced functionality in spaces and projects instead of the users. We configure payment based on functionality rather than team size so you don’t have to worry about who you can collaborate with or not.