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Here at Wizeline, we believe in continual improvement. In our last product update, we rolled out some new features to offer our users better context when managing requests and prioritizing features. Now, we’re making it even easier to manage the daily ‘block and tackling’ work demanded of most product professionals.

Better Backlog Management

Feature backlog management is better than ever in Wizeline, with new tools engineered to make day-to-day product management faster, easier—and maybe even a little fun? Check out our video to see it in action!

When it’s time to to plan an upcoming release or groom your backlog, just click Plan. You can organize upcoming deliverables, or manage work that’s currently underway. New UX updates—rooted in feedback from our users—ensures you won’t ever lose your place when you click around.

You’ll also see a list of all your releases in a single view, where clicking on any release lets you view details and make edits with full context. This is now where you’ll be directed to see or edit your release details.

Rank Features

If you want to prioritize a feature, but it isn’t yet ready for an upcoming release, you can add it to your ranked list. This keeps it on top of your backlog so it’s always visible and top of mind.

Prioritized Features
Set your feature priorities before committing to a release

When your feature is ready to build, add it to a release. Don’t worry, you can remove a feature from a release and put it back in the backlog as well.

Prioritize Requests

In addition to powering up feature backlog tools, we’ve made it easier and faster to manage requests from across your team.

If some requests are clearly a higher priority than others, you can select those requests (or click and drag) and include them in your top ranked list. Too many priorities? Move requests back to your request backlog to review later.

Ranked Requests
Rank your requests for routing or review later

 And if you’ve dismissed some requests in the past, they’re not gone forever. Just click to view your archive of requests that didn’t make it.

Check out our knowledge base for best practices and help getting started with Wizeline and these new features. We’re excited to hear what you think! Feel free to reach out to us in the comments or on Twitter, @thewizeline.

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Peter Moore Posted by Peter Moore on Tuesday, March 10, 2015.


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