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Filter the retrospective board on user

Published at Jul 5, 2020

In a previous blog I’ve mentioned why we created this retrospective app. This blog is the official newsfeed for https://retros.work.

We’re developing Lean & Agile. We listen to our customers. Trying to convert their wishes into features. Deploying features asap so teams can quickly benefit!

So what has changed last week?

Filtering on users

Multiple scrum masters have asked for a user filter on the board. This way the user can present their feedback to the rest of the team. You can now easily filter the board and take the stage.

Exporting of to-dos

Another request was to export the retrospective to-dos. We give you a *.xls and *.csv download. .

Import of users

We noticed people had a hard time adding 20 people at once. We’ve added an employee import. You can now copy paste .csv data, or you can copy paste cells straight out of Excel.

That’s all for this week.

We’re currently working on some features regarding to-dos and voting.

See you next week.

Kind regards,
retros.work

https://retros.work

Written by

Rob van Eck

Owner of retros.work

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Why the need for a retrospective app?

The traditional scrum retrospective is a great tool to reflect and improve. But the reality has shown some issues: we forget what went wrong during the sprint, so we keep manual lists. Then we go into a session that takes up 60 minutes, of which 40 minutes is focused on presenting those sticky notes. We lack the time to really focus on the solutions. We then take a picture of the wall with sticky notes, and digitalize those results again. 'That was a good talk!' ... but there aren't hard assigned to-dos. Some big issues still haunt your team for months.

Retros.work helps you get the most out of your team. By providing you with an online retrospective board combined with all the right features. HR trends to keep the energy in your team. Smooth and easy way to give- and receive feedback, assigned to-dos and automatic archiving. You’ll save time and focus on solutions.