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Dec 9, 2019 | By Craft
Every Product team likes to run their product management processes their own way. We all know that. Prioritization, workflows, dependency management, and sprint planning all look and feel a bit different depending on the team. Yet, when you need to collaborate and share information you still want your entire team to work from the same source of truth. That’s quite a challenge! To help achieve this we are rolling out two new features we are very excited about: Saved Views and Shared Views.
Nov 4, 2019 | By Craft
As Product people, we all know how important our product roadmap is. It allows us to connect product strategy to a timeline, outline what’s coming when and clarify why you are doing things. But we heard from many of our customers that they expect for more, so we’ve revamped the roadmap. Now, it doesn’t only tell everyone what you’re planning to do, it also keeps track of the actual progress of your development teams so everyone is informed on what actually happened.
Oct 22, 2019 | By Jeremy Last
It’s clear that feedback can – and should – be a critical part of the product management decision making process. When planning your product strategy it is essential to find out what real users think and then strike a balance between coming up with your own innovative ideas, reacting to market trends and taking customer opinions into account.
Oct 8, 2019 | By Nir Erlich
Decisions, decisions! Life’s full of them – from life-changing choices such as if you should accept that enticing job offer or relocate to another country to those smaller things like what to have for lunch! And decision-making is a central aspect of the product management role: the success of the product depends on the ability to make the right decisions at the right time and then communicate them effectively.
Sep 25, 2019 | By Nir Erlich
When it comes to online tech products Google is the undisputed world leader – almost everything it launches turns to gold, swiftly becoming the industry standard. From Search and Gmail to Chrome, Docs, Maps, Translate, Drive and Google Plus the massive successes have far outweighed the failures. It only makes sense then that any insight we can get into the processes used by Google Product Managers should be treated as a great reference for how to deliver high quality products.
In this video you'll be able to see how to use our Story Mapping tool to help to define and prioritize your product’s features. Being a visual and easy to use tool you'll be story mapping soon!
A core part of every Product Manager’s job is to create the documentation that describes the user problem, the business opportunity and the solution design that drive the product development process. Exactly for this, we built the Craft editor - a powerful and unique tool that gives you the ability to write great product specs within the context you and your team needs
Dec 19, 2019 | By Craft
User feedback is one of the most powerful tools product managers can leverage when planning customer-focused features. But collecting feedback comes with its own pitfalls, and the sheer volume of responses can become overwhelming.