Just Launched! — Product Managers Can Now Assign Seats in Aha! to Their Product Team Members

There are unsung heroes working in our midst. These folks do important work but are not often recognized for it — if you are an Aha! Billing Administrator, thank you. The work you do in adding new users and setting permissions ensures everyone in your organization has the right access to your product management software. Today’s update will make your life a little bit easier. Read more…

Just Launched! — Enhanced Aha! Integration With GitHub

Aha! + GitHub

More than 27 million developers have used GitHub to create 80 million source code repositories. Clearly, this is one of the most popular software development platforms available. Our new integration dramatically improves how Aha! connects with GitHub — so that product managers can work seamlessly with engineering teams to build something amazing.
Read more…

My Name Is Bryan McCarty — This Is Why I Joined Aha!

Bryan McCarty

When I was 15 years old, I became a bit obsessed with Jones Soda. If you are not familiar, it is a quirky beverage company that offers unique drink flavors in a cool glass bottle. But what really captivated me were the labels, which featured photos sent in by real-life customers. Though I could not articulate why at the time, I was inspired. Read more…

6 Questions to Ask in an Interview for a Remote Job

remote job interview

I believe in remote work. Big shock, right? But I have a secret — it is actually not a deep passion point for me. You do not find me on the speaker circuit pushing the idea that it will save the world. Sure, I have written a lot about the topic on this blog and elsewhere. And yes, I founded a company with an entirely distributed team. But I did not set out to become a remote work champion. Let me explain. Read more…

How to Avoid Team Chaos When Your Product Plans Change

product manager crisis communication plan

Let’s set the scene. Your team is prepping for a major product launch. Marketing has been working on the go-to-market activities for weeks. Sales has been teasing the new functionality with customers. And engineering has been polishing the experience. Then the worst scenario — two days before launch, a major bug is revealed. A stop-everything-you-are-doing kind of bug. Read more…