Wishlist: 1. up voting 2. public roadmap for users 3. follow-up with users once feature was released 4. group by micro vs macro - bugs, quick wins, big chunks of work, etc. 5. group by 'in design', 'in dev' 6. timeline of past releases We tried: Trello - only columns, no grouping, no voting without user creation, backlog becomes too full and hard to sort Jira - way too complex Github Projects - using it for dev work, don't want to open it up to too much noise Excel/Google sheets - not visual enough, no commenting
- Hate to break it to you, but I haven't seen any product doing this well besides Trello :) fyi here's Trello's public roadmap using Trello... https://trello.com/b/nC8QJJoZ/tr... Here's a blogpost of some other companies that use Trello for their public interactive roadmap: http://blog.trello.com/going-pub...
- Winston made this productHey Stefan, your wishlist describes productboard! It's a dedicated product management solution that helps you consolidate user feedback, prioritize what to build next, and share your product roadmap. You can even share a public facing Portal with colleagues & customers to collect upvotes and feedback, or to source new ideas. Wishlist: 1. up voting ✅ 2. public roadmap for users ✅ 3. follow-up with users once feature was released ✅ 4. group by micro vs macro - bugs, quick wins, big chunks of work, etc. ✅ 5. group by 'in design', 'in dev' ✅ 6. timeline of past releases ✅ There's a free trial at productboard.com but don't hesitate to reach out with any other Qs. 👋 firstname.lastname@example.org
- Tomáš Vestenický made this productHey Stefan, your wishes may be satisfied with FeedBear. It offers a more minimal approach, keeping everything neat and organized. There's a free 14 day trial, but if you need more time or have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com.
- Naveen Honest Raj made this producthellonext focuses on building the 'right' features and saves a lot of time wasted on building the wrong features. It also has both public as well private showcasing strategies to get feedbacks from customers or from the internal teams. Discussions and upvotes helps in prioritize the next step in the product's feature development or improvements.Karthik Kamalakannan made this productWe recently launched hellonext with a goal to make customer feedback as simple as we could. The features you requested: 1. Users can upvote on posts/feedbacks 2. Public roadmap for users to see 3. Follow-up with the users once the feature is released 6. Timeline of past releases These features are already present in hellonext. The features #4 and #5 are in-progress right now. The plans start at $25/mo for everything. Including integrations.
- Kyle Conarro made this productBuilt on Intercom, Userfeed is a lightweight tool to log feedback within conversations (and gather directly from users in Intercom's messenger). You can push features to GitHub when it's time to build, and then easily message all interested users directly via Intercom when a feature is shipped. If you're interested, sign up for a free trial at https://www.userfeed.io
- 2DriveMyDevmauij made this productJust released the version 2 of DriveMyDev. Basically it has everything you are looking for in an easy widget to install everywhere: 1. "trade-off" upvoting mechanism on open features 2. public roadmap for users 3. grouping by updates (with sub categories News/Improvement/Fix/Logs), Features, Bug, Tips 4. follow-up mechanism - SOON available Plus a couple of interesting features: 1. Integration with Telegram (new Telegram message by a new feature request/bug) 2. Integration with Todoist 3. Integration with Twitter - SOON available. 4. Support images/file attached to updates 5. Support for Emoji and Markdown Hope it helps! Best, Maurizio
- 1HelpraceVitaliy Verbenko made this productHelprace is right up your alley - helping with feedback, prioritization and assisting you with the roadmap. It has: 1. upvoting (and multiple increments, set limits) 2. have a roadmap for users 3. follow up with users when features released (via email) 4. grouping options 5. categorization and sub-categories
- Hi Stefan, hope HeySpace will be the product you choose! It's the combination of Trello and Slack in one, entirely free to use tool. It has Kanban-based task management, workspaces, group and 1-1 conversations and many more features that you'll find useful!