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Resolve incidents faster from your favorite chat app. When you're done, analyze trends across incidents to illuminate common issues.
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Resolve incidents faster and directly in Slack or Microsoft Teams.
Streamline Jira and/or ServiceNow incident ticketing workflows.
Continuously improve your incident workflows with Blameless Retrospectives.
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Meaningful Incident Retrospectives

Turn incidents into learnings that drive continuous improvement. Follow templates built into the retrospective dashboard that guide you through knowledge sharing and identifying systemic solutions.
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Streamline System Analytics Into a Customized Dashboard

Automatically collect information across disparate sources during an incident. Enjoy the flexibility of retrospective (postmortem) templates and configure the dashboard to match your post-incident review process. Save the team hours.
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Collaborate With Built-In Async Commenting and Tagging

Enrich post-incident narratives by welcoming feedback from multiple relevant contributors. Create custom questions in retrospective forms and check off resolved comments that have been addressed by the team.
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Reinvest Learnings to Drive Improvement and Reinforce a Blameless Culture

Teams apply forward-looking accountability and avoid future repeat incidents. Blameless keeps your team on track to develop systemic solutions that match your business.
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With Blameless we now save 30-60 min on response and 1-2 hours per solves a huge pain point for incident response leaders.
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