Less meetings

Unfortunately, when it comes to team leadership, we spend too much time on calendar tetris and meeting marathons. Agree simplifies: meeting-free, decentralized, asynchronous.

More participation

Those who are heard participate. Those who participate become effective. Empower everyone involved, including external parties, by enabling a lot of impact with little effort.

Robust decisions

Integrate the views, opinions and feedback of others. Because if everyone is on board, decisions will not be overturned later.

When team members participate in decision-making, they become more empowered, motivated and happier. The team becomes more productive and familiar, projects faster and results better. Agree simplifies what was previously a hassle.

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

More commitment to your project

People are much more committed when they have a say in decision-making. This is because team members share a significant part of the responsibility. This is modern project management: Not "one for all", but "all for all".


Transparent and documented decisions

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.


A win for all

With Agree, everyone is helped: Decisions become better and decision makers become more effective. Your team is strengthened and the company becomes more productive. Above all, as a project manager, you gain time and structure.


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.

Dotmocracy (SOON)

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.

Advantages of team decisions

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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.