Product Roadmap

Template

Pipefy’s Product Roadmap Template enables users to better prioritize new product features and improvements.

Using this template, define the type of improvement, plan the creation of new advanced features, and measure the impact of new developments on overall goals. Get started right away, or customize the template to fit your team needs.

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Template structure

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Define

This is your directory of new features and improvements.

  • 1. Users affected (%)

    • Low - 0% to 30%
    • Medium - 30% to 70%
    • High - 70% to 100%
  • 2. User satisfaction

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
  • 3. User dissatisfaction

    • 1
    • 2
    • 3
    • 4
    • 5
  • 4. Type of feature

  • 5. Estimate effort

    • Small
    • Medium
    • Big
  • 6. Benchmarks

  • 7. Screenshots/attachments

Feature backlog

Define your new feature/improvement the best way you can!

  • 1. Priority

    • Critical
    • High Priority
    • Neutral
    • Low Priority

Product specs

Define the product specifications for the tech team.

  • 1. Business goals

  • 2. User story

  • 3. User flows

  • 4. Validation and testing requirements

  • 5. Development specifications

In progress

Prioritized features/improvements waiting to be delivered.

Beta

Time to run some tests and check whether or not the new feature/improvement met user expectations.

  • 1. Beta checklist

    • Internal tests
    • Invite target users to try out
  • 2. What beta users are testing

  • 3. Beta users feedbacks

Public release

New feature/improvement release. Time to spread the news.

  • 1. Communications guideline

  • 2. Update / communication checklist

    • Update help documents
    • Update landing pages
    • Send e-mail to the user base
    • Send in-app message to affected users
    • Post on blog
    • Post on twitter
    • Post on Facebook

Live

Congratulations! Your new feature/improvement is up and running!

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