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Is there a way to create a retrospective page or board for a Project in Jira?

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Henri Seymour _Easy Agile_
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Apr 17, 2023 • edited

Hi Kathleen! 

Jira doesn't have any inbuilt functionality to run a retrospective.

If you use Confluence and Jira together (at least on Cloud), you can link a Confluence page to your Project. You could work with the free-form page, or use a built-in Blueprint like Dave suggested. 

Apps available on the Atlassian Marketplace can provide a purpose-built interface for retrospectives. Searching for "retrospective" and filtering by your hosting type (eg. Cloud or Data Center) can help you find options to suit you. 

Henri, Support Engineer @ Easy Agile 


(Full disclosure: I work at Easy Agile and our app Easy Agile TeamRhythm is one of the ones on that list that offers Retrospectives, so that's the tool we use) 

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Dave Theodore [Coyote Creek Consulting]
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Apr 19, 2019

Retrospectives are typically done in Confluence.  There is even a built-in Blueprint to give you a starting point. Atlassian also has an article on how to get started.  I hope that helps.

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