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Run circles around your last sprint with our sprint review template

Study your past attempts to prepare for future projects—and make your upcoming sprint even better with more meeting-and-making tools from FigJam.

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Sprint review template

Review with every team memberwith this editable sprint report template.

Review, reuse, recycle

Reflect on a previous sprint with your entire team so you can copy what worked—and toss what didn’t.

Celebrate wins: Find out how and why your team succeeded, and try to replicate it next time.

Focus on feedback: See what stakeholders, managers, and other team members have to say about the sprint.

Reallocate resources: Dedicate more time or effort to newly introduced user stories that may be extra complex.

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Sprint reviews are relay events

In other words, you need a dedicated team to make a sprint review happen. With a sprint review agenda template from FigJam, the entire team can contribute via Lil Notes, share quick feedback with Emoji and Simple Vote, and rearrange ideas with ease—all in one place.

FAQs

Sometimes called an agile sprint review, this project look-back provides a space to discuss the did-wells and next-times of a past sprint.

In most cases, a sprint review template will include thought-provoking questions like:

- What went well?

- What went poorly?

- What were our goals?

- What did we accomplish?

- What do we need to adjust for the next sprint?

By answering these questions as a group, you can work to ensure your upcoming sprint goes smoothly.

Sprint reviews are very similar to sprint retrospectives—so much so that you might see the terms used interchangeably. However, there’s an important difference to be made.

A sprint review considers how to improve the outcome of your next sprint.

A sprint retrospective, on the other hand, looks at your sprint process itself.

In an ideal world, you’d complete a sprint review after every sprint. However, schedules are rarely empty enough to make that happen. So, with that in mind, you should aim for a sprint review meeting when:

- Several things went wrong during your last sprint

- Several things went very right during your last sprint

- Key stakeholders raise questions about your process

It’s been more than three months since your most recent sprint review

Struggling to find time for a sprint review? With a template from FigJam, you can quickly jump into reflection mode—even with remote teams. Invest a little time now to make a successful sprint later on.

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