Prioritize product features

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Define what needs to get built, organize your backlog of product features, and schedule upcoming releases


Use the planning board to manage your backlog and prioritize features


Enter as much information as the team needs to define the work


Use a scorecard to prioritize work based on what will create the most value

Build what matters

The planning board is where you manage your daily work. Define features, prioritize the backlog, and plan upcoming releases. Use the product value scorecard to objectively rank features against your strategy — so you can decide which ones to implement. Then set estimates in hours or points to ensure that the work you have planned can be completed on time.

Work with epics

Some of your work items are bigger than an individual feature or activity but still smaller than a strategic initiative. Epics provide a great way to group work items that span across many releases. Automatically sync the status of epics and features so you can keep track of the overall effort and report on progress.

Delve into the details

Delivering great outcomes requires collaboration and iteration. As you build out product requirements, use rich formatting options — like tables and checklists — to clarify exactly what is needed. Insert whiteboards to communicate the desired user experience. Then work alongside your teammates in real time to fill in the details and leave actionable feedback.

Go kanban

Sometimes you want to monitor how work is progressing across the team. The workflow board provides instant visibility into the status of your epics, features, and requirements. This gives everyone on the team clarity into priorities and who is working on what — so you can smoothly coordinate the flow of day-to-day activities.

Map user stories

Align work against the customer journey. Visualizing new functionality through the lens of what your buyers or users are trying to accomplish helps you create an optimal experience. Map out the ideal flow and then define the features someone needs to complete as part of each step in the journey. Any work items you add on the user story map creates real product data, making it easy to build out your plans.

Work your way

Set best practices for your team. You can customize nearly everything to match the way you work — from workflows and statuses to fields and layouts. Control which fields are required and adjust the visibility of information to capture data in a consistent way. Approval gates help you streamline review cycles so everyone can proceed with certainty.