Run Better Retros
Build Happier Teams

ScatterSpoke is so intuitive & easy to use,
it’ll make all your other tools jealous

Seamlessly collect feedback during sprint

Keep your meetings moving. ScatterSpoke helps you collect thoughts, ideas, and future action items as the sprint is happening. So instead of having to start your retros with everyone desperately trying to remember what happened over the last two weeks, you can hit the ground running.

It’s changing the way we work. It’s helping a big development team. Our code is going into the most-sold truck in the world. It’s a big impact. And ScatterSpoke has helped us a lot.

Salomon Morales at Scrum Master at Ford

Integrate with your Favorite Tools

Work with the tools you use every day. Add cards to your retro right from your Slack channel. Export your retro to a PDF to publish for the team. Add action items straight to your Trello or Jira board. We’ve got an easy-to-add plug in for everything you already use.

Scale Retrospectives Up or Down

Why let one team have all the fun? Easily link teams together for release train, portfolio or enterprise-wide retrospectives. Manage access at the team level that automatically rolls up to the larger group. View trends and patterns across the entire program.

Allow Anonymous Contributions

Have the hard conversations. Team members can choose to create anonymous cards. That means higher participation rates (even among the introverts!), fewer hurt feelings, and more honest feedback.

Sidestep The “Forgot Password” Vicious Cycle

Click, and you’re in. ScatterSpoke allows you to create public boards accessible for everyone from a simple url. When no one needs remember a login, your data pool is bigger and more valuable. Fewer action items get overlooked. And your team becomes more productive.

Look Beyond
The Last Two Weeks

Do more with your data. See at a glance if retros are trending toward a more positive or negative tone. Evaluate the distribution of the data you’re collecting. Review common patterns or trends over time.

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