Features and improvements we've recently shipped.
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.
Now you can choose from 2 templates for your changelog: The original list view and a timeline view which groups release items by day:
Now you can choose from 2 templates for your roadmap: The original list view and a board view:
With this change we've also added the ability for you to display your roadmap stages for both templates.
Now you can add custom CSS to your public pages to better match your own branding.
We've just released a redesign for our public roadmap and changelog pages. Enjoy an updated design and several performance improvements to help with page speed.
Now you can create a Request in Next Please by sending or forwarding an email to your account.
Send any email to new [at] nextplease.io from your account email address and we will automatically process that into a Request.
Now you can choose between the card or list view when viewing Requests. List view loads 50 items per page and makes it easier to scan through items quickly.
We've improved the UI for request attachments. Now if you have more than 8 attachments you will see a "View all" option. This helps with keeping requests less cluttered.
Within this option you are also able to search by attachment name.
Along with this change we fixed a few UX bugs and added the option to edit attachments.
Custom Domains now include free SSL certificates powered by Let's Encrypt! Enjoy https on your public domains automatically.
When you click an image attachment inside of a Request, it will now open inline instead of opening a new browser window.
We changed the way you add items to the changelog. Now you can simply change the status of a request to "Released" and it will appear on the changelog.
When you search for Requests in the app it will now show you relevant results based on the content of the request and any of the comments it has. This is a big improvement for the search as it was only using the title of the request before.
Sort Requests by the number of comments they have to see popular discussions:
Easily import requests and changelog items from Trello, Productboard, and Headway using our new migration tools.
Now you can track the companies who are making feature requests, alongside people. This is an optional feature when adding a person to a request:
Now you can add images to your request content and quickly format your roadmap/changelog announcements.
Now every account includes a subdomain for their roadmap and changelog.
You can also set up your own domain to host your roadmap and changelog, instead of our nextplease.io domain. Custom domains available for all Business tier accounts.
Now you can attach any kind of file or a link on any request.
Use this to keep track of related designs, documentation, and notes for a request.
Filter requests based on if:
- The request is on the roadmap or not
- You have voted for the request or not