Are there any hosted solutions that let you share product change logs with your users?

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.
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