Single solution with online tools for your team
Planning poker | Retrospective boards | Technical interview
Solution for planning agile projects.
Track your team velocity and story point understanding
Set custom game timers and scoring that fits your team
Export your planning results in .csv and .pdf formats
Create a recurring planning session in calendar
Use Google Chrome extension for JIRA integration
Planning poker is an agile tool that helps teams estimate the time needed to complete a task. It's also called scrum poker, and it's an excellent way for teams to work together efficiently online.
With our service, you can quickly and easily estimate stories with your team. This way, you'll have a better idea of what you can accomplish in each sprint, and you'll be able to plan your work more effectively.
The room size for registered users is unlimited and free!
Review with your team the sprint results
All your past retrospectives, organized in an easy-to-use dashboard.
Create unlimited boards using our 5 pre-defined templates
Simple drag and drop functionality with your cards
Export your boards in .csv and .pdf formats
Live chat with your team right in the room
A sprint retrospective is an opportunity for scrum teams to reflect on their past performance and identify areas in which they can improve. The team creates a plan for how they will work better together in the next sprint and then puts that plan into action.
By conducting regular retrospectives, scrum teams can ensure that they are constantly improving their process and becoming more efficient.
Conduct technical interviews with live coding
Live editor with 142 supported coding languages
Private notes for meeting hosts
Private live chat between interviewers
Different permissions for attendees
Stop using notes or paper during technical interviews. Instead, conduct your technical interview on our platform, where candidates can write the code, and interviewers will see it immediately.
The interviewer should take the opportunity to discuss how the interview is going and make some private notes for their feedback. This will help ensure that the interviewer has all of the information they need to provide a complete evaluation.