Features and improvements we've recently shipped.
We've added pagination and image compression to the public changelog to make page speeds faster when there are a lot of items.
Set up notifications for Slack when a request is created, added to the roadmap, or released on your changelog.
Connect your Slack account from the integration page and choose the channel you would like to post to. Once connected you will be able to choose what notifications you want sent:
Now you can create requests directly from a message shortcut in Slack.
To set this up simply connect your Slack account from the integration page. You will need to connect here even if you already use the "Log in with Slack" option for your team.
Now you can access your changelog as an RSS feed by adding /rss to the end of your changelog URL. Example: https://updates.nextplease.io/changelog/rss
With RSS your customers or team members can easily get a feed of updates in their reader. You can also pair it with 3rd party tools for more automation such as an RSS feed in ConvertKit to send a monthly digest of product changes.
Update your customers when you ship a new feature right inside your app!
Now you can add a custom favicon to your public roadmap and changelog pages!
We've just launched our public feedback board which allows you to display public requests that are not on your roadmap yet. The board is very customizable with the options to allow users to vote for a feature (new and/or existing) and display the ranking of requests.
The feature board includes 2 template options:
If you have voting enabled you will also get this form included on existing features and a form for completely new requests:
Now each roadmap or changelog item has their own individual page. You can use this to share a direct link to a specific item on your public pages.
You can also share public items that are not on your roadmap or changelog.
Click here to see the page for this changelog item as an example!
Add your Google Analytics or Fathom tracking code to track visitors to your public pages.
Now you can further customize your public pages by changing the meta page description and add a social sharing image for when your roadmap or changelog is shared around the web.