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
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- 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...