Power Retro - Agile Retrospective Tool for Jira
POWER UP your retrospectives with our interactive tool, that empowers collaboration and maximises the effectiveness of your team
User friendly templates
Power up your retrospectives in Jira with simple setup, customisable templates and loads of options for your retro events.
Featuring real time, interactive boards with intuitive and flexible UI to maximise efficiency - basically post-its but digital and far better ;)
Understand pain points
Improve your agile workflow and teamwork with detailed Summaries to help you better understand your team's needs and pains.
Power Retro can keep your team engaged and experience effective teamwork with a user friendly, modern retro tool.
Simple steps of a retrospective meeting to help your team work smarter with the right agile retro tool:
- Set the goal of the meeting - using predefined and customizable templates
- Collect the team members' insights and ideas - and easily group them by different topics
- Involve the members in decisions - with the easy to use voting system
- Turn ideas into action items - or directly into Jira tickets
- Summarize retros for future reference and export them for easier follow-ups
TEAM MANAGEMENT - Ideal for distributed scrum teams, allowing users to create multiple retrospectives for the same project > More details🚀 LATEST FEATURES 🚀
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Privacy and security
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Power Retro - Agile Retrospective Tool for Jira integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Act on a user's behalf, even when the user is offline
- Administer the host application
- Administer Jira projects
- Delete data from the host application
Dashboard of Teams and Projects with all action items enlisted from latest retrospective event