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Team retrospectives, often referred to simply as retrospectives or "retros," are structured meetings or sessions held by teams at the end of a project iteration, sprint, or a defined period of time. The primary goal of retrospectives is to reflect on past work, evaluate what went well, what didn't, and identify opportunities for improvement. These sessions promote continuous learning, collaboration, and team growth within agile and iterative development methodologies.

Create and manage Retros

Retrospectives page

Retro Steps

  • Reflect: in this first step, all participant brainstorm and list up their opinions about what have done well, bad and what need to be improved. You can’t see opinions from other members at this step, only when everyone is ready and the session facilitator proceed to the next step

  • Group: team works together to group similar opinions into groups

  • Vote: all participants vote for each group created from Group step

  • Discuss: team use the live chat box to discuss on each group, create task and assign accordingly

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