We're making a lot of changes and fixes to our newly launched web application. We'd love to have a "What's new" section that displays a change log (similar to what you may see if you are familiar with GitHub releases) to our users. Are there any hosted services that let you create a good looking change log? Nothing complicated - just a list with "New", "Updated", "Fixed", "Coming up" etc.
- Winston made this productHey Nagarjun, productboard now has a public facing Portal where you can share ideas you're considering, features you plan on building, or features you've recently launched. You can customize the tabs and subsections however you'd like, so you could name them just as you've specified. This is just one feature of productboard, but maybe you'll find something else you find valuable as well. Check it out! (Here's our team's portal as an example: http://productboard.com/portal)
- I have your same exact concerns about not wanting something overly complicated (especially since I'm a one-person team), which is why I've been using Canny. It's a simple, lightweight system that's very easy to set up. I point my users to it whenever they suggest a feature or report a problem that has already been logged. My favorite part about it is the Reddit-style voting, so I can see the top rated features and bugs.
- Mariano Rodriguez Colombelli made this productHi there, this is Mariano, co-founder at Beamer. I think we got your problem solved. We offer a changelog with all you need + API, Push Notifications, 1000+ integrations, segmented notifications and more. You can start for free! Cheers!
- 1Emetti NewsfeedEric Karjaluoto made this productWe’re working on Emetti, which might suit your needs. That said, we see Emetti Newsfeed less as a changelog, and more like a newsfeed for your website. As such, it’s handy for noting issues, new features, and substantial updates. That said, it does not automate this process or integrate with other tools—as you might like to produce a detailed change log.