Saves time & costs

Teams spend too much time on calendar tetris and meeting marathons. Agree simplified: meeting-free, decentralized, time-shifted.

Strengthens collaboration

Integrate the views, opinions and feedback of others. Those who feel heard are more likely to back decisions.

Increases transparency

With Agree, decision-making processes are comprehensible and transparent. This increases trust and prevents misunderstandings.

Use Cases

Project Management

Accelerate decision-making processes and maintain an overview of the current status of decisions at all times.

Groups & Teams

Involve any number of people in decisions and strengthen trust, collaboration and self-organization.

Community Management

Get feedback & opinions from members. Make decisions together and asynchronously without a meeting.

Human Resources

Approve requests such as training budgets and renewal agreements or contracts completely digitally with one click.

Board of Directors

Replace tedious board meetings and make legally binding decisions together with the board members with Agree.

Association Boards

Organize your board completely digitally. This will help you move forward faster and you won't have to rely on physical meetings.

Construction Industry

Michelle Meier
Amnesty Switzerland
"Agree is simple, clearly structured and easy to use."

More commitment

People get much more involved when they have a say in decision-making. This is because they share a significant part of the responsibility.


Everything documented

With each Agree, you create a small decision protocol and find all decisions in a shared workspace. In this way, you prevent misunderstandings and everyone can follow how decisions were reached.


Reach your goals faster

Thanks to asynchronous and structured decision-making processes, you can reach a group decision more quickly.


Decision Types



The participant ranks the available proposals according to individual preferences. The result is a common ranking list.


The participant casts a predetermined number of votes on one or more existing proposals - but no more than one vote per proposal.


The participant can accept or reject an individual proposal. Rejection requires a coherent objection as to how this decision could harm the team.


The participant can give final and quasi-contractual approval to a proposal. In case of rejection, a justification with a proposal for change must be provided.


The participant can say "yes" or "no" to a proposal - or abstain from the decision. In the event of a "no" vote, a statement of reasons must be provided.


The participant distributes a given number of points freely among the available proposals: for example, all points to one option - or according to desire and opinion.

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Swiss Engineering & Privacy by Design

Agree is developed and operated in Switzerland. The protection of the privacy of our users is of the highest priority. For the operation of Agree, we use third-party providers that have their headquarters in Switzerland or the EU.