If you have multiple teams working out of the same productboard project, they may not all be on the same release schedule. It’s also often helpful to refer to releases defined in different ways, depending on the context or audience.
Release groups allow you to create multiple sets of releases in the same productboard project.
- Define a release group for each of your product teams’ release schedules. Associate each release group with one or more products, so everyone will see just the release groups that matter to them.
- Create different release groups to represent sprints, development cycles, internal releases, or customer-facing marketing launches.
- Create a group of releases representing broad time horizons for your roadmap (Now, Next, Later or Q1, Q2, 2H) while continuing to manage your development releases in another group (R19, R20, R21).
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