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Build efficient, healthy teams

Go beyond the DORA metrics with an AI coach that supports you to find and fix issues early.
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Ship 25% faster while maintaining code quality and team wellbeing

Create an account, integrate your tools, and act on  insights in minutes.

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🤔 Get insights

We show insights like where work is blocked, who's not getting enough feedback, and who's at risk of burnout.


🌱 Track and improve

Get updates and stay on track towards your goals with nudges in Slack.

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🔍 Explore

We point you towards underlying factors that might have caused the bigger trend.


☑️ Take action

We support you to get context and set goals as a team, with dynamic questions and automated recommendations.

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


Track & improve

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

Then back to
and repeat.


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


Set a goal

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

What teams are saying about us.

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“I like that Multitudes not only helps me spot issues but also gives recommendations on how to take action.”

Leonard Souza
Director of Frontend Engineering, ClickUp
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“With the market contraction, we need to not only move quickly but also do high-quality work. We used Multitudes because we wanted a tool that our engineering managers could use with their teams to remove bottlenecks and ship quality code faster.”

Roberto Andrioli
Head of Software Engineering, Clara
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“Before, my worry was that we weren’t accomplishing as much as we should have been. Now, I use Multitudes every week to see how our teams are doing and to catch issues early to improve efficiency. It’s really helped the teams to have the Slack alerts coming through too.”

Azeem Ahmed
VP Engineering, Veho
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"Multitudes’s insights have flagged areas we didn’t realize could be improved. In any space where you’re trying to make improvements, having data to back those changes is really important and helpful."

Tracy Bongiorno
VP Engineering, Mentorloop
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“We appreciated the product’s sincere focus on team and individual health. It can be easy to get lost in a sea of GitHub data in these tools but Multitudes stands out in trying to synthesize the data and share insights around them. It is a breath of fresh air.”

Ben Darfler
Director of Engineering & Developer Experience, Honeycomb.io

What exactly do we measure and why?

Process metrics

👥  We show performance-related metrics on a team level only.

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Flow of Work

It’s frustrating for everyone when work gets blocked. That’s why we look at how the work is flowing with Lead Time (short forLead Time for Changes).

This measures the time it takes a PR to go from first commit to deployment. It is one of the top four indicators of software team performance, as per Google’s DORA research. Note that this is closely related to Cycle Time; we measure Lead Time since that's recommended by DORA.

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Value Delivery

One measure of success for software development teams is what useful features they delivered to customers. To get an indicator of this, we look at Deployment Frequency,  the number of succesful deployments on a team over time. This is another one of Google's DORA metrics.

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Quality of Work

In addition to shipping features, we want to make sure they’re working well once we release them. As a lagging indicator of quality, we look at Change Failure Rate – the percent of deployments that cause a failure in production.

We also provide Mean Time to Restore, a measure of how quickly an organization recovers from a production failure.

These metrics are the last of the four DORA metrics.

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People metrics

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Code reviews support code quality, knowledge-sharing, and learning. How people participate in reviews can also be an indicator of psychological safety on teams (more in Google’s team dynamics research).

To help teams understand their collaboration patterns, Multitudes looks at metrics like the Participation Gap (the range of comments, from least to most) and  Feedback Flows (which shows the flows of feedback between people and teams).

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Research shows that 60% of tech workers are burned out; that’s more than twice the rate of the general population. The COVID pandemic has made burnout worse.

That's why we look at Out-of-hours work , which shows how often people are creating commits outside of their preferred working hours. This is one warning sign of potential burnout.

Coming soon: Insights about who's getting paged at night during their on-call shifts.

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Built for people who want to deliver well,
without the burnout

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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 suggested actions without more work – no surveys or forms.

We integrate with the tools you already use. From that, we show past and future trends without interrupting your work.

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Curious about security?

Multitudes is built using modern cloud infrastructure practices.

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Connect to our Github app to see insights based on your team’s PRs, commits, reviews, and comments.

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Github Actions

Track the reliability and speed of deployments with our GitHub Actions integration.

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Integrate with the issue tracking tools like Linear and Jira to see insights on how your team works and potential blockers.

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Set up Slack alerts to highlight blocked work and improve team collaboration.

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Track reliability with metrics like Mean Time to Restore (MTTR), using one of our IMS integrations.

Coming soon:
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See how others are building 10x teams

Read success stories from startups  building happy, high-performing teams.

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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Take action together for better delivery & wellbeing.

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