Retrium has so many formats that your team will never have the same meeting twice. You can follow one of our industry-tested sprint retrospective examples or customize a unique activity that perfectly fits your team. It’s simple to gather feedback asynchronously or in real time, so there’s always time to look back and move forward.
Retrium uses industry best practices to walk your team through an engaging retrospective from start to finish. As your team moves from gathering data to deciding what to do, everyone can follow along and collaborate towards the same goal. With all your teammates participating in a powerful conversation, it’s clear why retrospectives are the key to continuous improvement.
Retrium enables you to organize your teammates and all your retrospective documentation in one place. Your team can ensure psychological safety with private rooms, and everyone can share feedback openly because comments are anonymous. It’s easy to explore previous meeting details and review completed retrospectives.
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“The closest replication of the in-person exchange that we'd seen.
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"Team participation has increased tenfold. It's a fantastic tool that gets us all thinking and talking. Doesn't put anyone on the spot and keeps it organized and with a purpose"
“We are experimenting with different formats to keep it more exciting. But the general goal is to surface and attack the most important items and propose actionable improvements. SinceAuth0 is a remote company we use tools likeRetrium to swiftly perform customized retros.”
“I work on a remote team and have never had the best solution for remote-based retrospectives. Retrium is by far the best solution I've found.”