Define objectives aligned with your product strategy
Clarify what outcomes your team is driving, for customers and for the business. Formulate these as product objectives that can be used to prioritize what features to work on next.
Track key deliverables and milestones
Track the status of tasks that are common to many features, like designs, mock-ups, marketing collateral, or documentation. Ensure nothing falls through the cracks as your launch date approaches.
Decide what to release when
As you prioritize what features to build now, next, and later, add them to an upcoming release.
“We can tag and prioritize features based on what’s important to the users and use that to drive the roadmap while also having the flexibility to have different views for different stakeholders.”
Know the status of every feature idea
Track feature progress from ideation through delivery in a special view for teams that practice Kanban, continuous delivery, or dual-track Agile. Customize the stages each feature moves through to match your team’s workflow.
Earn buy-in for your plans
Share your roadmap with colleagues and invite them to see criteria that went into your prioritization decisions – even the original user feedback that inspired each feature in the first place. Export your roadmap to PDF to share it with others outside your organization.
Other ways to benefit from productboard
Consolidate all your product feedback and identify what users really need.
Prioritize features that will best address user needs and support your strategy.
Validate your most promising feature ideas and source new ones from customers.