Systematically prioritize what to build next
Prioritize your product ideas using Roadmunk’s built-in product management best practices
Surface high-impact product ideas
Use built-in templates to prioritize what to build next. Choose from two PM-trusted frameworks: value vs. effort and R.I.C.E.
Create a customer-driven backlog
Create and manage a backlog of product ideas rooted in real user needs by linking collected feedback to ideas.
Commit to product ideas
Promote high-impact ideas to your product roadmap and commit to making them happen.
Take the guesswork out of prioritization
Implement a repeatable, systematic prioritization method. Continually surface what your team should focus on next.
Start with a built-in prioritization template
Choose from two ready-to-use templates, designed with product management best practices in-mind:
- Value vs. effort
- R.I.C.E. (reach, impact, confidence and effort)
Add customer-validated ideas
There is no shortage of great ideas in a product team. However, it’s not always easy to directly connect a great idea to customer feedback. With Roadmunk, directly link collected feedback to ideas to make credible, customer-driven product decisions.
Assign values to your ideas
Built-in prioritization factors provide a simple mechanism for product teams to visualize and measure an idea’s potential impact. For example, use the “effort” factor to visualize how much work it would take to make an idea happen—assign a value of 1 for a quick win and 5 for a heavy lift.
Rank ideas by prioritization score
The values you assign to an idea will impact its prioritization score. For example, an idea that has been marked as high effort will have a lower prioritization score because of its impact on team resources.
Once all ideas have been rated and scored, Roadmunk will systematically rank ideas from highest to lowest score—surfacing which ideas your team should focus on next.
Create a custom prioritization model
Use custom factors to build a weighted prioritization framework that’s right for your product team.
For example, create weighted factors to measure against:
- High-level company goals
- Objectives and key results
- Competitive advantage
Promote ideas to your roadmap
Promote your high-impact product ideas to a roadmap and commit to making them happen. With Roadmunk’s simple and powerful roadmapping features, you can choose between different visualizations (timeline or swimlane) and create multiple roadmap views from one data set.Try a roadmap template