With shipit you create a quarterly product roadmap that looks great and is super easy to maintain.
Roadmap initiatives in shipit provide full lineage connecting up to company goals (OKRs) and down to implementation tickets.
The intuitive interface allows you to drag-and-drop items across your product roadmap to prioritize and update details of initiatives efficiently.
Product roadmaps and company goals aligned
Shipit helps you keep a product roadmap aligned with company goals. Goals in shipit are compatible with the popular OKR framework. Set your quarterly goals (objectives) and add key results to track your progress towards achieving those objectives.
Each initiative on your roadmap can be linked to one or more of your company objectives. It ensures that all initiatives contribute to the objectives set by you or the leadership team. You will always be able to justify your product intentions.
Integrated with the tools you already use
Shipit complements the tools you already use today in your product organization and company-wide.
Create, link, and share product requirements documents from shipit in Google Drive fully automatic.
Requirements in Confluence and Epics in Jira are created automatically by shipit and linked for each roadmap item.
Automatically pull customer feedback from Intercom conversations into shipit. Discuss them with your colleagues, shape, and place on the roadmap.
Product roadmap prioritzation
What to build or plan next? One of the key questions for Product Managers. Get insight from different perspectives. Your CTO values things differently than your sales lead or your support lead. From everyone's input a priority score is calculated for each roadmap item.
With shipit Team Voting, you can utilize all key people from the project and ask them to give their rating to the candidate initiatives. Voting can be configured to use various scales such as Fibonacci.
Shipit calculates mean, median, spread if votes for each initiative, which helps you easily prioritize your roadmap items on a drag-and-drop prioritisation view.
Everyone's ideas, in a single place
It is great when your team or your customers have ideas how the product can be improved. But collecting and prioritising all this feedback can be a challenge. With shipit you can gather all ideas in one place. Anyone from your team can add new ideas, and cast votes for existing ideas. Filter by status, number of likes, and place the best one on the roadmap.
Separate projects for your teams
Whether manage multiple products in one company, or work as a product manager for multiple companies, you can create a project with its own team, roadmap, integrations, goals, and ideas for each product. This works best for agencies managing several clients or product companies with different independent teams.
Collaborate and share
Product roadmap sharing
If you turn on roadmap sharing, your product roadmap is made available under a secret URL. This can be shared with select stakeholders, or linked publicly on your website.
Teams and roles
You can add collaborators and assign roles. Viewers can view, editors can edit and change items on the roadmap, and admins can change all configurations and settings.
Product roadmap changelog
Shipit has a detailed changelog for your roadmap, so you and your team can stay up-to-date on recent changes.
Product Requirement Documents (PRDs) in Confluence, Google Drive, or Notion
There is a gap between a high-level product roadmap item and the development of it. This is where Product Requirement Documents (PRDs) come in. PRDs address the "why" and "what" of a product plan, whereas user stories and engineering tickets focus on the "how".
Product requirement templates
PRD templates in shipit make it easy to make sure everything is covered. Collect and track all relevant aspects of a product (marketing, legal, customer needs, pricing, design, etc.) in one single place.
PRDs in Confluence, Google Drive, or Notion
Shipit automatically creates these Product Requirement Documents for you in Google Drive, Confluence, or Notion for each roadmap item.