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Retrospective Meeting Slack Bot

Automate more processes using Standuply, like retrospective meetings. It's an essential piece of Scrum framework that you shouldn't avoid. Configure once and have this agile practice in place.

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Pick a schedule to run slack retrospectives. It can be tied to any time zone or to each team member's local time. You select participants and customize questions. We prepared a retrospective template which you can start using in seconds.
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On schedule, Standuply reaches out to selected people in Slack and runs sprint retrospective meeting*. Once team-members provide their answers the bot collects them and prepares the results.
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Results can be delivered to a Slack channel or via DM, email or Webhook. Team answers are served as separate messages or packed in a thread. Standuply brings you Agile project management in Slack.
Scrum Dictionary

Sprint Retrospective Meeting Definition

A retrospective is a meeting held at the end of a Sprint to discuss what was done right and what can be improved. It provides an opportunity to create a plan for workflow improvements.

A Sprint Retrospective meeting takes place after Sprint Review and before an upcoming Sprint Planning. Its duration should be in the range from 30 to 120 minutes.

A rule of thumb - a team leader shouldn’t be a host — usually, it’s Scrum Master’s role.
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Standuply is #1 standup bot for Slack. It runs asynchronous stand-up meetings and tracks team performance in Slack.

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