- Winston made this productHey Muhammad, if you're looking to do more than just create attractive roadmaps (but decide what should get on the roadmap in the first place ❗️) I hope you'll check out productboard! It lets you consolidate user feedback in one place, prioritize what features to build next, earn buy-in for your roadmap, and validate feature ideas by collecting upvotes & feedback from colleagues and customers. Plus, it's used by some of the world's top product teams like those at Invision, Zendesk, and Envoy. Get started for free at productboard.com!
I've tried everything on the market and ProductBoard is the ONLY one that has stuck. I live in it every day. I've got Zapier zaps sucking in feedback from all over the place, and now with the Feedback Portal they unveiled, I'm able to provide transparency internally without frying non-dev non-designers minds with making them go into Jira (or even Trello I've found is TMI/confusing for people).
We've been using productboard to build our MVP and it helped us to get everybody on the team on board with what we're building and kept us focused. I love that productboard helped us also gather feedback from different sources (Intercom, emails and various conversations) so now we're processing the user feedback and planning our next product improvements - all in one tool. That's just the best!
- Trello seems like a good choice here. A lot of people will have used Trello before so it's a familiar interface and if not, it's easy enough to understand. It's also relatively easy to setup and maintain which will allow you to make sure you keep your roadmap up to date. Check out Slack's public roadmap for their developer platform as an example of using Trello for this purpose: https://trello.com/b/ZnTQyumQ/sl...
Brilliant for managing all your project backlogs in a Kanban fashion. Including a list for the DIY tasks around the house.
As a Marketer I use this daily to manage workflow, sort ideas around future content and prioritize my activities. My team collaborate and report using handy integrations with Google and we use it as a Customer service and Sales script repository to store links to docs and how-to videos.
Trello has helped me organize my projects for a while now. Since I work as a software engineer. An example of my boards is sort of where I create tasks then I classify them according to their current position on the sprint. For example I have tasks in different cards such as Icebox, Backlog, Current Iteration and Done. I have set deadlines all ranging from 2 weeks to someday :(. Overall a great product!
- You might want to give Roadmunk a look. It's been created from the ground up by former PMs who felt the pain in this space very well and it still has a startup nimbleness going for it.
- Notion.so can be used to create Roadmaps. Notion.so provides a flexible platform for building various pages. Each page is based on the template. Various templates are provided by Notion out-of-the-box: Roadmap, ToDo List, Kanban Board etc. These pages/templates provides a strong foundation that you can customise to fit your needs. For example, you can customise the Roadmap Template to add additional sections and content blocks.
I only found Roadmap in the last week, but I've instantly seen it's potential, and have really enjoyed getting set up and starting to build out a backlog.
I could see this being used for a variety of things, not just technology product management. I'm setting up a new impact studio, and we often take a participatory approach to developing ideas, so this could work as a really neat solution for us to centralise research and ideas.
Really great and complex project management app for more demanding customers.
So much more than just a project management tool. Our team uses DaPulse almost exclusively for all facets of communication and collaboration.