Maximizing Feature Release Impact: A Comprehensive Guide
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Write your changelog entry to let your users know the good news. Add text, images, videos, or even GIFs to explain what’s new
Link your entry to features from your roadmap and add a tag so it’s easy to see if it’s a new feature, bug fix, or improvement.
You’re ready to go! Hit publish and your changelog updates get shared with your users. Or, save your entry as a draft and let your team finish the job.
Install our embeddable widget in-app or on a webpage so users get notifications when they’re most engaged.
Publish your changelog on your online portal – handy for customers to find with your roadmap, release list, and more
Increase trust and engagement by showing you listen and address user feedback.
Drive feature adoption by creating more awareness of your new features.
Higher feature usage and adoption can often correlate with lower customer churn.
We've created a changelog widget which is suitable for any project or website. You can easily install it into your application and keep your users updated all the timeClick ME!
You simply generate an installation code in your ProdCamp account and insert it into your page <body> tag, add an attribute to any button you want to activate the widget and "Voilà"!
A changelog is a text that informs stakeholders of recent product changes (features, improvements, and fixes).
Changelogs and release notes have very similar, if not the same functionality, hence the words are often used interchangeably. In the past, changelogs were commonly associated with software development and the release of technical details, while release notes would provide more context behind the changes. Our changelog tool can be used to produce release notes or changelogs.
Yes! On our Pro, Business, and Enterprise plans, you can run your public feedback portal (which includes your changelog) on a custom domain.
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