Whether you’re prioritizing what to build next or prepping for a customer call, you can now filter by customer company to see which features each company needs.
Here’s how it works. 🎥
Once you’ve added one or more company columns to your board, sort features by their importance to this company or apply a company filter.
Next, narrow your filter to include only feedback of a certain importance or from a certain time period.
Add multiple companies to your board and apply filters to each to see features that matter to one or more companies shown.
You could even create a saved view showing all features requested by one or more members of your customer advisory board. It would let you check in at any time to see which features matter to your most important accounts.
How will you put new company filtering to use? We’d love to hear from you.
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