.2 Product Release: Build smarter, better, faster with smart automations & enhanced roadmapping

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Chart your course toward clear outcomes

As you prepare for date-based milestones like industry conferences and marketing launches, there’s no substitute for planning on a timeline roadmap. See what each team will be working on, identify dependencies, and make the case for more resources so you’ll be sure to launch on time.

Add milestones

Add milestones

Plan backwards from important date-based milestones.

Plan objectives & releases

Plan objectives & releases

Visualize the objectives, releases, and features each product team will work towards over specific time horizons.

Identify dependencies

Identify dependencies

Identify feature dependencies to effectively sequence your work.

– Products That Count, 2020 Product Awards | Productboard

Awarded Best Product For Building A Roadmap based on thousands of votes from product managers across the globe.

– Products That Count, 2020 Product Awards

Earn the buy-in your product plans deserve

It’s been said that “no battle plan has ever survived contact with the enemy.” Yet few have ever won a battle without a plan. To lead your organization forward in an environment that’s constantly changing, what you need is an Agile roadmap.

Earn the buy-in your product plans deserve
Invest colleagues in your plan

Invest colleagues in your plan

Communicate where your product is headed next, and why.

Provide the right level of detail

Provide the right level of detail

Provide the right level of detail for stakeholders, and avoid committing to dates that are subject to change.

Customize to fit your needs

Customize to fit your needs

Group features by release, sprint, broad time horizons, or now/next/later buckets.

Share with different audiences

Share with different audiences

Optimize different roadmaps for sharing with various audiences. They’ll all stay up-to-date whenever your plans change.

– Tom Daly, Principal Product Manager, Samsung NEXT | Productboard

I really can’t express how excited I was when I found productboard. What completely sold me was the power of mapping user feedback to features on our roadmap.

– Tom Daly, Principal Product Manager, Samsung NEXT

Turn colleagues into product evangelists

What if your product roadmap were less of a static artifact and more of a dynamic resource? In productboard you can invite colleagues across your organization to interact with your roadmap. They can select features to learn more and even submit related user feedback on specific ideas.

Turn colleagues into product evangelists
Provide a self-serve roadmap

Provide a self-serve roadmap

Help colleagues answer their own roadmap questions with an always-up-to-date interactive resource on your product plans.

Share additional context

Share additional context

Share the business context behind each feature idea, including what objectives it supports and who it will benefit.

Help colleagues excel in their work

Help colleagues excel in their work

Allow colleagues on the frontlines to filter your roadmap to see just those features that will help certain prospects or customers.

Collect valuable user insights

Collect valuable user insights

Allow colleagues to submit user feedback on specific feature ideas. These insights can be used to inform prioritization and design.