Preston DanielHead of Product - UserTest.io

What are the best (free) product roadmap tools?

Looking for a product roadmap tool that is preferably free, can display publicly a product's road-map and allow people to vote on features/releases etc. Suggestions?
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  1. Reuben Salisbury made this product
    Productstash is a great free tool for building roadmaps, publish product updates and collecting/validating ideas. It's had a large overhaul with this version, not least a brand new UI. Key features * Single tool for roadmaps, updates and ideas * Keep stakeholders updated with what you're working on, through our interactive product roadmap * Keep your customers updated with product updates and embed these directly in your own website or web app * Allow your customers to vote on what you should work on next, with our public roadmaps * Allow your customers to submit their own ideas and vote on existing ideas, to help you validate and understand your customer's needs
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    Super for small-mid sized teams & organizations. We use it publish public roadmaps, collect ideas, publish product updates within our own app (through the widget), and to gauge demand through voting. Perfect for us, but for much larger organizations it may not be the best fit.
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    Taskade 2.0

    Team tasks, notes, and chat, in one unified workspace. 🧠✍️✅

    Roger LuProduct Manager at TripAdvisor · Written
    Free for teams and individuals. We use it to map out ideas and tasks, and you can switch between task list, kanban board, and mind map views. Pretty cool for simple and quick collaboration.
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    Trello

    Powering millions of teams to work smarter, together.

    Yane Permatasaria girl on the run · Written
    We are using trello for display our roadmap to public, because easy to use and one place with our todo management
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    Tejas Kinger23SaaS Product Marketing @ Hiver HQ · Written
    +1 We use Trello too! It gives you a Kanban style of organising and priortizing tasks.
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    Roadmap

    Customer Feedback & Product Roadmaps

    I've been really impressed what the roadmap.space team has built. The elements I like the most are: - ability to follow ideas and features, with notifications by email - widget for embedding onto a website - integrations with other tools where you may collect feedback, like Intercom
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    ProductPlan Product Roadmap Software

    Easiest way to plan, visualize, & share your product roadmap

    Shaun JuncalProduct Marketing Manager @ ProductPlan · Written
    ProductPlan has a free 30-day trail that allows you to build and export and unlimited number of roadmaps.
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    Aha!

    The World's #1 Product Roadmap Software

    Suhas Motwanihttps://twitter.com/MotwaniSuhas · Written
    30 day free trial!
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    Keith BrownMarketing + Growth · Written
    Aha! has a 30-day free trial that allows you complete access to the tool with unlimited users during your trial. Great for setting up your strategy and portfolio to see if it will work for your team.
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    Robin Lumley-SavileFounder and CEO at bemOre · Written
    I like the Features feature.
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    productboard Customer Feedback Portal

    Share feature plans & source user feedback at scale for free

    Tomas RuzickaEngineer @ productboard · Edited
    A fresh new offering from the productboard kitchen now allows you to share public roadmaps and let people vote on ideas. And now it is free!
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    Craftwork Marketplace

    Handcrafted UI assets for designers

    You first Craft product is free forever. With Craft you can create not only roadmaps, but manage the entire agile product cycle from end-to-end.
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  9. Try Craft visual product roadmap! Awesome UI and great workflow makes this tool the best for Agile product management
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    awesome tool! thank you, Vadim ;)
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    I had used this product and was blown away by how detail and user-friendly its UX is, sadly my free one project has now been converted to the paid one, so I had to get back to Trello.
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    Notion 1.0 Web + Mac App

    Docs, wikis, tasks – a minimal & unified workspace for teams

    Diego Jimenez3designer & world explorer · Written
    I discover Notion quite recently, and it's a great hub for roadmaps, tasks and documentation, all in one place.
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  11. Easy to use
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    Hygger

    The All-in-one Product Management Platform

    Pavel Kukhnavets made this product
    Try Hygger.io friendly roadmap with several competitive features. It'll definitely help to communicate direction and progress to your internal team and external stakeholders. I appreciate this solution, as it gives me a broad overview of all aspects of the product (goals, timeline, features, resources, and so on). I am sure you will easily customize this roadmap to your stakeholders as well.
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  13. Exactly what you asked for: it's free and provides feature voting and roadmap display.
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  14. Productstash is a great free tool for building simple agile product roadmaps, managing release notes and collecting/validating ideas. The free version allows roadmap voting and idea voting, whilst the paid version allows you to share your roadmap publicly, enabling to collect feedback from customers etc. Would definitely give it a try!
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    Great for building roadmaps and linking features/ideas!
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  15. GlennFounder @ Noora · Written
    Noora lets you bring your product roadmap into the open as public roadmap. Let your users give you feedback on your prioritisation decisions, and automatically notify them when you release new features.
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  16. I think Priooo is really awesome. Found this to be the most easy to use tool I've come across. It's focussed around scrum product development. It allows you to set goals, define the epics that contribute to achieving the goals, and further down into features/userstories. Really powerful how a roadmap is created on the fly, based on what's on the backlog(s) of the team(s). Changes made to the backlog are reflected on the roadmap in real time. And I think the kanban board is the best I've used so far.
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