πŸ”ŠReleases

Do your product marketing work and close the loop.

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Write your product marketing

You already have your customer feedback and product roadmaps in Cycle and it's amazing.

But what if you could turn your product roadmaps into a public change log & release notes? And what if you could automatically send these release notes to all relevant people each time you ship a new release?

Well... you can!

Watch this video to see how to make your release notes in Cycle.

  1. Create a new release – just pick a date and a release title

  2. Add release notes to your release – either start from scratch or link existing features in your roadmap

  3. Write your release notes, feature by feature, in the context of your customer quotes – with empathy

  4. Mark your release notes as ready when they're properly documented

  5. When all features within a release are completed, publish the release & close the loop with everyone in one click.

The notification will be sent to the relevant assignees & customers via Slack and / or email according to the user's preferences.

Sometimes you just don’t know the release date of something when you start drafting its product marketing.

So we created a new built-in release called β€œNo release” to link features you don’t know the specific release date for yet. Of course, you can update its release at all times.

Want to be even more productive?

You just pushed some code and are now writing your release note and changelog. Bulk select all the features you’ll communicate on and link them to today’s release.

Public changelog

Changelog V1 βœ…

Share releases, not roadmaps.

Talk is cheap. What counts is what you've actually built and shipped. Roadmaps change, but a release is proof you've moved the needle.

You can now update your changelog's title & tagline as well as set up your logo, colors, typography, release tags & social media links.

And because we know it's hard to design a changelog from scratch, we created some nice templates so you can get inspired by the best (and by us πŸ˜…):


Now you're familiar with your releases, let's get the summary in your home.

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