Our Guide To Creating Knockout Public Roadmaps
A product roadmap is a feature used by companies to provide a visual image of their upcoming product updates. The roadmap items are organized according to their progress or status (e.g. planned, in progress, completed) and sometimes include the estimated completion date.
Roadmaps are typically used by companies to internally keep track of their product changes, but publicizing these roadmaps have several extra benefits.
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