Hello Makers community, after reading messages in community, checking support documentation and academy recordings, I can not find my answer so it is time to ask help!I would like to provide some statuses of feedback and insights for each release globally: how many insights we delivered in this specific release? These are linked to features obviously and we can have KPI of features released but how to access easily and visually of insights delivered?I could have the same question and need by customers too: how many insights we delivered for this particular release related to this customer?Thanks for your help!
Hey Productboard team! As a team we would love to know who interacts with our roadmap so we didnt want to have the link public without capturing who visits it. So in order to gate it we build a landing page that captures an email and sends a private link the subscriber. However, anyone can share that private link after. Would be great if this was built in Productboard. Make users signup or provide an email before viewing the portal so we can capture this info somewhere.
Hi fellow product people, Some questions about launching new features in Beta. What percentage of features does your organizations launch in beta/preview?Do you typically do a private preview (where a product manager must turn on the feature for a customer) and then a public preview (where the customer can turn it on themselves) prior to making it generally available? Is there a down side to launching features in Beta first? What stage gates/requirements do you have for the transition from Beta to GA?
Trying to integrate custom date fields from JIRA to Productboard, in the past I was able to integrate JIRA date fields to Productboard text fields, now the only option is to sync it with Timeframe, if that is the only option, how can I make sure it is synced only one way? (Only from JIRA to Productboard)?
Hi product makers, 🚀 Passwords for shared roadmaps are now available for our Scale and Enterprise customers. 🚨 What’s new?This is a follow-up release for roadmap sharing capability in December Makers can protect their publicly shared roadmaps with a password to ensure that only authorized people can access the roadmap. 💪Why is it important?It was a requested feature, especially by our enterprise customers, who would like the additional security for roadmaps. 🚘 How does it work?In the sharing dialogue, you can add a password to your roadmap. Your roadmap visitors will have to enter the password to be able to display the roadmap.📚Learn moreSupport Article
This is part of our ongoing series profiling some of our community members at Product Makers. If you’re interested in reading others, check out our previous Featured Makers.This time we’re featuring @Olummy25 who’s a Product Manager at Stears in Lagos, Nigeria. In this conversation we chatted about his journey into product and what he’s working on, product in Nigeria and some of the challenges and misconceptions about people and products on the continent of Africa.p.s. Thought we’d shake it up a bit and switch to a different format for this one shifting from a text-based interview to a longer-form video conversation. Let us know what you think in the comments below. 👉 Interested in being a Featured Maker? Check out all the details and apply and you could be selected as one of our upcoming featured makers.
Hello everyone 👋We’re excited to announce the new integration between Gainsight CS & Productboard! This first of its kind, two-way integration closes the feedback loop between customer success and product teams. With this integration, Customer Success teams can send their customer’s product feedback directly into Productboard and track their customer product requests throughout the entire lifecycle, without leaving Gainsight CS.What can this integration unlock for organizations that use Productboard & Gainsight CS?Focus product priorities by delivering on customer needs Enable CSMs to capture and share the voice of the customer with product teams Enable PMs to use customer feedback to improve prioritization and roadmap planning Keep CSMs updated on the status of features requested by each customer, so they can keep customers “in the know” Expand customer advocacy through loyalty gains Drive durable growth through improved retention rates Efficiency in every interactio
EBOOK: 2023 Product Management Trends & Opportunities As we enter the new year, many businesses are cutting expenditures in an effort to reduce costs. In the tech industry, there’s been a shift from growth at all costs to efficiency and profitability. With these realities in mind, we’ve nailed down six trends that we believe will define product management in 2023: Product managers will continue to focus on working smarter and more efficiently A fresh take on customer-centricity is needed Building alignment around product vision and strategy is a key focus Product teams are prioritizing hybrid collaboration Getting product management systems and processes in place is more crucial than ever The PM role remains critical despite economic uncertainty In the face of challenges, there are also opportunities. There’s never been a better time to get products and features right the first time, maximize the ROI of your product decisions, and optimize alignment in and outside the
Is anyone tracking "sold commitments" to customers at the feature level and using this to prioritize their backlog?
SaaS companies who are scaling up may get bigger clients by selling features in contracts. These are hard to track as a normal insight in productboard since they carry more weight and have a date associated with them.It would be nice to:Have the “sold commitment” field add weight to the feature impact score Be able to visualize all the customers, their sold features and their commitment dates on a board.Anyone else dealing with this? If so, how are you doing it?
Hi all,I’m ingesting forum feedback from places like Gartner Peer Insights into the extention, and then setting the insights as coming from ‘Forum User’. However, when I assign these insights to a feature, it only says 1 person is talking about that features because it’s all captured under ‘Forum User’.Is this the best way to do it? Is there a way to show all feedback against a feature if its from one user? (One user as far as Productboard knows)Thanks
Hello everyone,We are starting to use Insights tab of Productboard to centralize and analyze the qualitative feedback and data we collect in multiple areas of our organization.We would like to hear any advice or pro-tips about how to implement Insights in a global B2C product.The intake process in particular: Triaging notes, processing and closing the feedback loop with contributors.What worked? What failed? Interested in both the process as well as the governance around it (documentation, change management, training etc). Thanks
Hi there,we are looking for a possibility to synch the RELEASE from Productboard to a specific sprint in the jira backlog. In Productboard is no field “sprint” and the only similar option is “release”. This field usually maps with “fix version” in jira, but not every project or product has a fix version. It would be ideal if this field could map with a sprint in jira.F.e. in Productboard the release is “S 12, 19.01.”Means, the ticket is for sprint 12 which is already scheduled in jira:However, the ticket would only be mapped to a fix version, but a fix version in jira is also not really connected to a sprint. Has anyone an idea how a ticket could be added to an existing sprint in jira without our PO is doing it manually? And vice versa, if a ticket is not ready for deployment and will be removed out of the current sprints and moves to the following one, this should be reflected in product board. Another question would be, how a ticket could be added to a sprint which is not created yet
Hi all,I’m a new Productboard user, and I’m having trouble visualizing something on our feature timeline roadmap. Here’s my issue:We have a main feature, let’s call it Feature A Based on feedback we have received from customers (and categorized in Productboard!), this feature has 3 subfeatures: A1, A2, and A3 We have decided to spend time working on Feature A from Feb 1 to March 1. I have added Feature A to our feature timeline roadmap for those dates HOWEVER -- During that period, we only plan to work on subfeatures A1 and A2. Subfeature A3 will NOT be worked on After working on something other things for a while, we plan to return to Feature A in June, and will work on A3 at that time.What is the best way to show this plan on our feature roadmap? I don’t think I’m able to add Feature A to the roadmap more than once, nor am I able to add subfeatures directly to the roadmap.Thanks,Michael
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There was another thread asking for this but I felt the need to reiterate this request.Tables are instrumental with how myself and other Product Managers use Jira. They allow for scannable requirements that don’t span the entire description, and are not easily replaced by bullet points.Not having table markdown support is a limiting factor in how we gain value from PB. I hope you can use this request as an insight for that feature :)
Hi Product champions!Happy new year and the best wishes for 2023. Hope you all had a great time over the holidays to spend with your loved ones and recharge for the next year. Or you might have enjoyed these quieter weeks with fewer colleagues and/or less active customers to catch up on those things that are never urgent enough so they were stacked up in your personal backlog.What are your new year’s resolutions? Is there anything product-related that you would like to do differently or try out the coming time?For me, I’d like to operationalize some ideas from Marty Cagan’s Inspired. I.a., more actively engaging my engineers and designer in product discovery and trying out new techniques for rapid prototyping.
Hi community,In some of PB video I’ve noticed beautiful custom prioritization columns:How to create such? I couldn’t find the way. T-shirt effort estimate (how to create such custom scoring?) Yes/No checkbox column (“UX Required” in the screenshot) - how to create this? Thanks!
Product roadmapping (done well) will help you build faster, improve cross-functional relationships, and solve the right customer problems.These product roadmapping guides provide step-by-step guidance on how to: Create effective product roadmaps that drive results Make smarter, data-driven prioritization decisions Tell the best roadmap story possible to better align your team Download the complete product survival kit series today, and get the roadmapping tactics you need to build for success and boost customer engagement.
And the winner with 33% of the votes is Strategize by Roman Pichler!What’s next?Grab a copy from your local library, bookstore, or website Be on the lookout for discussion prompts over the duration of the quarter. We’ll get together in April over Zoom to discussJoin our book club group if you haven’t already.
Hey there,Is anyone out there using Productboard together with John Cutler’s North Star Framework? We have identified a North Star Metric, a number of Inputs and relating Metrics. I’m finding two things a bit lacking:First, I don’t really see a great way to keep all this related. The Objectives capability in Productboard is OK, but with only a flat list of objectives (with themes) it seems to miss on the relationships. The second thing is in general there doesn’t seem to be a super easy way to incorporate metric goals for a given initiative / opportunity / bet in Productboard. I could do something like a custom Number field but given more than one initiative / opportunity / bet can relate to a metric I feel like it would be hard to keep up with. A related entity of metric would be helpful.Is anyone hacking up ways to make this work? How are you doing it?Thanks,Spencer
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