Use Case

Retrospectives makes great retrospectives easy

Retrospectives are regular discussions that occur at the end of a development or product iteration or event.

With “retro-“ meaning in the past and “-[in]spective” representing critical examination, retrospectives analyze a cycle or iteration or event to identify actions or behaviors or reasons for the results that would be useful for the future.

This repeated inspection and learning promotes continuous improvement, highlighting a team’s strengths, and removing distractions and problems early.

The classic sticky-notes and whiteboard approach doesn’t hold up to today’s needs with remote work or remote-flexible teams. offers easy facilitation, a variety of retrospective formats, tools to promote deep and meaningful discussions, and the means to support recurring dialogues and teams.

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