Retrospect 2.0

Real-time collaboration for... retrospectives, tasks & ideas

Retrospect is a real-time collaboration tool for Retrospectives, Tasks and Ideas. It’s a Kanban board of Sections (topics), Cards (ideas/thoughts) which you create and share with your team members, friends, family or keep it private to yourself.
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Hello Product Hunt Friends! 👋🏽 I'm Micah, founder of Retrospect.team, a tool we originally launched back in June of 2018. Two years and 6,000 new members later we are announcing Retrospect Version 2.0! (Remember Web 2.0? The good ol' days.) For those of you not familiar with Retrospect.team... Retrospect is a real-time collaboration tool for Retrospectives, Tasks and Ideas... It’s a Kanban board of Sections (topics), Cards (ideas/thoughts) which you create and share with your team members, friends, family or keep it private to yourself. It’s perfect for remote, distributed teams who need an easy way to quickly collaborate on ideas and to easily run retrospectives after sprints. It’s also flexible enough to use for personal use as a task list, note system, daily planner and countless other uses. We’d love to know how you end up using it. These past two years we have made it easier for teams to collaborate while keeping the tool as easy as possible to use. Check out a few of our updates... ✔️ Markdown Support ✔️ Re-arrange Board Sections ✔️ Date Modified Ordered Boards ✔️ Improved Advanced Permissions ✔️ "Downvote" option on Cards ✔️ Toggle Edit Mode ✔️ Save Custom Board Templates ✔️ Added 10X Planner Template ✔️ Export and Import Full Boards ✔️ Improved UI and UX ✔️ Public Boards ✔️ New Homepage Design We have more we still want to add to Retrospect, much of it based off direct customer feedback and requests. 🔥 SPECIAL OFFER: For a limited time, during these tough work-from-home times we are offering a Pro LIFETIME Account for only $48 and those who upgrade can also Upgrade their Team Members to Pro Lifetime Account for $12 each. 🙏 Thank you for checking out Retrospect.team, swing on over and take it for a spin.
Hi Micah, great product! Really clean and looks easy to use. I've added some feedback re: your landing page, if you had time to take a look? Link: https://app.usebubbles.com/vKSXw... Congratulations on version 2.0 and wishing you all the best!
@christian_piponides Thank you for the comments, I went through and responded to all your feedback, definitely a few nuggets of gold in there. Thank you!
Congrats Micah, looks really neat.
@kambanthemaker Thank you, it's been a fun process to build!
Product looks well built at first glance, congrats! We’ve been using FunRetro boards on one of my teams and it seems to be handling everything we’d need, but I’d be curious to hear your perspective on Retrospect’s differences? Also, not to be that guy, but I believe you have a typo on one of your quotes on the homepage: ““Retrospect.teams has been life-changing for me as a scum master...” Cheers and best regards!
@kylerturner Thank you for your comments and questions. The original goal of Retrospect was to be very simple and to the point, no timers, no requirement to join, no huge price barrier. It was tough finding a tool like that which actually worked well and looked good. It was hard to find a tool that allowed for actual critical feedback from team members because most sites require you to login, your name is attached to every card, it simply wasn't anonymous, so that means people won't be fully honest. With Retrospect, you can view boards without being required to join, which is nice if you want to share with clients outside of your organization. Plus all your post are anonymous, so you can actually give critical feedback without the risk of "getting in trouble, or shamed, etc.) Ultimately, it's goal is to be simple and easy to use, whether for Retrospectives or tasks, or however it meets your needs. I actually saw that spelling error and thought I had fixed it, must not have. Thanks!
Cool @micahiverson, i like this a lot! Will try it out with my team^^
@osamah_aldoaiss Thank you, feel free to reach out with any ideas and suggestion or bugs :)