Built for your agile ceremonies
Estimate effort using an interactive card deck – with a range of custom scales and estimation methods to choose from.
Connect as a team, reflect on your work, and drive continuous improvement – with your remote or hybrid team.
Check-in with your teammates to efficiently unblock issues and review what you’ve accomplished.
Agile is Better with Parabol
Go beyond a digital whiteboard or Kanban board
Build team camaraderie
Get your whole team engaged with icebreakers, emoji, multi-player grouping, and other playful interactions.
Focus on the discussion
Cut down on prep and wasted time. Built-in structure keeps meeting moving so you can focus on your team.
Get everyone’s input
Create a safe space and put everyone on equal footing: contributions and voting are anonymous by design.
Everything agile teams need for effective meetings
Each agile ceremony comes with a toolkit of features to get your team talking, bias for action and drive continuous improvement.
|Features||Parabol||Virtual Whiteboard||Project Management Tool|
|Pre-build retro templates|
|40+ Meeting Templates|
Join 46,000+ Professionals Running Better Meetings
“I love Parabol. I learned about it a couple of years ago, and have been an advocate ever since. I love how simple it is to set up and run retros, and how it creates an artifact/summary all on its own.”
“Parabol helps bring structure to my meetings, providing an easy platform to solicit feedback and, more importantly, follow up on action items after the fact. My favorite part might be the low barrier to entry. I’ve had no issue using this tool with a room full of execs.”
“Parabol has made our retrospectives so much smoother. Now our retros have more structure, are easier to follow, and involve less work.”
“The meeting basically runs itself – allowing facilitators to focus on the content of the conversations and driving forward the conversation. An invaluable tool.”
Master your agile ceremonies
Whether a sprint retrospective is meaningful or boring hinges on the skill of the facilitator. With these 8 tips, you can make your next retro worth it.