Stop continually tweaking roadmap slides. Build them dynamically and have your team automatically notified when something changes.
Tag releases and features with strategic imperatives and unlock a "business value" roadmap view that you can share with sales, marketing and executives.
Ensure that the features and requirements that you have prioritized can likely be finished during the upcoming sprint or by the release date. Set capacity by release and effort by feature.
When you link two features together – you can see the relationship clearly. This is helpful for product and project management teams who are managing cross-product dependencies.
Use the progress chart to better understand if you are on track and what it will take to deliver a release to meet a specific launch date.
It’s easy to complete your roadmap planning and move validated features to engineering to build.
Once they deliver, go back and mark a release as shipped to record what was delivered when.