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Discover habits and trends about your team as they work.

Simply install our app, tell us about your team, and see insights automatically generated as you work.

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Insights

Gain insights about your team’s process, collaboration patterns, and wellbeing.

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Track & improve

Track your progress and receive nudges along the way to help you and your team improve.

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Recommendations

Get recommendations on next steps and tips for 1:1's and retros.

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Set a goal

Choose an area for improvement and set goals with your team.

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Insights

Gain insights about your team’s process, collaboration efforts, and wellbeing.

4

Track & improve

Track your progress and receive nudges along the way to help you and your team improve.

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and repeat.
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Recommendations

Take on recommend next steps and get tips for 1:1’s and retros.

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Set a goal

Choose an area for improvement and set goals with your team.

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What teams are saying about us.

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Without Multitudes, learning and development is quite fuzzy. This tool is perfect for underpinning conversations around progression!

Hew Ingram
Head of Engineering, Applied
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A big part of the value of Multitudes is understanding psychological safety on our teams – seeing whether people feel comfortable contributing and who needs support.

Erik Barbara
Engineering manager, Datagrail
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We’ve talked about the 4 Accelerate metrics for a long time; Multitudes allowed us to start measuring and managing them.

Reza Hedayati
Engineering Manager, Safety Culture
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Multitudes gave me a better feedback loop on my role in the team – over just a couple weeks, I doubled the number of reviews I did for my peers

Mel Schatynski
Software engineer, applied
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Multitudes showed us that some of our team members were getting less support than others and the tool helped us take action to ensure that we’re inclusive and equitable.

Ian Yamey
Co-founder & CTO of Retirable
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What exactly do we measure and why?

Process metrics

Flow of Work

Pull requests are a team sport. That’s why we focus on team delivery and process – good processes are the best way to get consistent, repeatable performance.

One metric we look at is Time to merge (how long it takes from starting work until it’s production-ready). This metric is closely related to Lead time one of the top four indicators of software team performance; more info from Google’s DORA research.

People metrics

Collaboration

Collaboration is critical for learning and can show whether your team has psychological safety, which is the biggest predictor of team performance (for more, see Google’s Project Aristotle research).

Multitudes looks at metrics like the Participation Gap (the gap between the quietest and loudest voices, an indicator of psychological safety) and Feedback Flows (which shows who gets feedback, how much, and from whom).

Wellbeing

People can't do great work when they are exhausted. A study from the Wharton School of Business and University of North Carolina demonstrated that our cognitive resources deplete over time, so we need breaks to refuel.

That's why we examine behaviors such as Out-of-hours work, which shows how often people are doing work late at night or on weekends. This is an early warning sign of potential burnout.

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Built for people like you who care about people and process.

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You might be...
  • Gearing up for rapid growth in your organization
  • Looking to better understand process and people
  • Thinking about equity and inclusion on your team
  • Focused on developing as an engineering leader
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You might be...
  • Wanting better feedback to support your learning and development
  • Looking for more structure in your 1:1 and team retros
  • Someone who values learning in both technical and people skills
  • Wanting to work in a more inclusive and equitable team

Get the insights you need without adding more to your workload.

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Github Integration

Connect to our GitHub app in minutes to get seamless analytics and insights based on your team's activity in PRs, reviews, and commits.

Curious about security? Multitudes is built using modern cloud infrastructure practices.

We integrate with the tools you already use to surface your team’s work patterns from the past and into the future, without ever disrupting your flow of work.

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I usually struggle with how to make changes, but prompts from Multitudes showed me where exactly to take action. I now ask better questions in 1-on-1s with my team.”

Lance Cooper
Engineering Team Lead, Conqa
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