Hierarchy is divided into 3 levels - product, components, and features which let you organize your roadmap clearly.
Craft prioritization drivers that will streamline your decision-making process and get your whole team on board. Then, evaluate and score each driver, so that your team knows where to start.
Set releases and kanban statuses, mark objectives and visualize dependencies. Treeview gives you an easy way to rate both the various features you are working on and potential product enhancements.
Your team has a diversified set of expertise that needs to be captured. Using Chisel’s Team Radar, you can align your team on future build and ensure everyone is being heard.
Connect your Chisel workspace to Slack/Microsoft Teams and instantly notify your team members of new features that require their feedback.
Once you have gathered enough feedback from team members, see which features lay in the ‘Build Immediate’ category and prioritize accordingly.
Once you know what features to build, different views such as kanban and release lets you keep an eye on where all features lie on the roadmap.
Add timelines and milestones to get a holistic view of your product’s lifecycle. Drag and drop items in the timeline to make any quick changes.
Ideas can strike at anytime. IdeaBox gives your team members the liberty and space to share their ideas, while the Feedback Portal allows your customers to do the same.
Now that your features are live, you need feedback. Craft a user survey from scratch or by using Chisel’s built-in templates. Share your survey with your target customers using various channels (including: email, link, or panel) and get timely feedback.
Have a perfect survey but no one to send it to? Use Chisel’s Audiences feature to get responses from your target audience. Customize your audience using filters in the audience panel to narrow down and hit your target customers.