What Is Product Roadmap Voting? And Should You Use It?
Learn how roadmap voting saves time, engages stakeholders, and effectively prioritizes features. Discover how to utilize it to boost your product roadmap.
Create a public roadmap in minutes. Then, add your team’s product ideas, and allow customers to submit their own in a single place.
Everyone upvotes the ideas they like. Upvoters can leave comments, attach files, and subscribe for email updates.
Validate which new feature requests are worth building, read comments for further insights, and ready the product ideas for development.
Prioritize what gets built based on the number of unique customer accounts that upvote the feature.
Sync your CRM to prioritize feature requests based on the revenue of customers who upvote the feature.
Upvote software increases transparency in the decision-making process and helps you make better product decisions and avoid idea bias.
Customers feel valued and empowered when they can have a real say in the direction of the product by upvoting features.
All stakeholders in the company can see exactly why certain features are being prioritized for development, while others aren’t.
«As a Product Manager at Wizishop my #1 mission was to find a solution focused on collecting feedback and managing our feature backlog. After reviewing a few competitors looking for a solution that could answer all our needs we were really excited to find Prodcamp. I can only recommend this tool!»
«ProdCamp facilitated our transition from blind guessing to data-driven product management and feature prioritization based on real customer demand. I am pleased we chose this product.»
Spreadsheets and Trello feedback boards were never intended for the use case of upvote software, whereas ProdCamp was purpose-built to be an all-in-one tool for managing customer feedback. This means we have many more features and integrations for every part of the feedback process.
Downvoting is not currently a feature of ProdCamp as it’s not particularly useful when prioritizing feature requests.
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