Are you asking your customers to give feedback on your product, and leaving it at that? If so, you’re missing out on valuable information. Collecting this type of customer feedback a good starting point—but it’s important to ask the right customer feedback questions.
Rejecting customers’ ideas is never easy. However, the right tone and attitude can make a huge difference. Here’s how to say no to feature requests the right way.
Most teams use a lot of tools—and it can be hard to get everyone on board with a new one. Here’s how to get product adoption from your team from the very beginning.
Using feature voting is a simple way to collect and understand customer feedback. And, it helps product managers make more informed decisions around what to build next.
A changelog shows what new features, fixes, or versions of your product you’ve released. Here’s why using a changelog tool is valuable for your user base, and for prospective customers.
Product roadmap planning can be challenging—especially if you have a small team. Here’s a step-by-step method for prioritizing your product roadmap.
Public roadmaps show everyone what you’ve been working on. This can be a little intimidating. So, should you have a public roadmap, or are they a bad idea?
Knowing what your users think about your product is important. But when it really comes down to it, why does collecting customer feedback matter—and how can it actually make your product and your business better?