Just Launched! — Use Searchable Filters to Quickly Create Roadmap Views

Roadmap filtered by initiative

Successful products grow. That’s what we all want, right? And as your product matures, your backlog naturally grows along with it. This means there are more releases, features, ideas, and users to manage. Over time it becomes a chore to find key information.

Historically, product managers would try to manage this ever-growing list of features and ideas across email, Excel, and bug-tracking systems. But that’s inefficient and a frustrating way to capture information and try to keep it organized.

That is why Aha! provides a single system of record to manage your product. And today we launched searchable filters to make it even easier to select the information you need. You can now quickly search and select from over 100 data filters in Aha! to find, filter, and create visual views of information you care about.

There are thousands of ways that you can use searchable filters, but here are several examples to get you started:

Find ideas requested by customers
It now takes less time to sort through lists of great product ideas based on who requested what. Swiftly sort ideas in a list view — even if you have thousands of customer ideas. Filter by specific requests from your top customers.
Searchable filters make it easy to find exactly what you are looking for.

Sort by key team members
You can also filter by key team members on your team. Searching for and selecting Aha! users to add to a report takes a few seconds — no matter the size of your team. For example, you could build a report view to display features assigned to specific QA Managers.
Filter work by specific users without scrolling through long lists.

Highlight key upcoming features
Quickly build a custom features roadmap to share with your team. For example, you can use searchable filters to create a features roadmap filtered by your most important goals. This allows you to only highlight features that are tied to a specific objective.
Create a roadmap using searchable filters to highlight important features.

Search for exactly what you need
It’s useful to remind you here that Aha! has powerful search built in. Find anything you are looking for and narrow in by product or record type. For example, find mentions of a device type across all content — or search for features across your products that are tied a mobile Android initiative.
Reports timeline searching for anrdoid
Use a keyword to search all content and then narrow your search by record type.

Save and share views 
After using searchable filters to create the custom views you want, save and share those views with your team. Choose from the Add to Notebook menu to easily share saved views with your team.
Reports bubble chart filtered for notebook
Build the right visual roadmap for your audience and share it with ease.

Product managers know the frustration of searching for information across a wide variety of applications — customer requests sent via email, prioritized features in spreadsheets, and bug-tracking systems and requirements in documents.

That is why Aha! provides a single place for product managers to manage and easily find everything to ensure your success. Because product managers should be the happiest people on earth.

Sign up for a free Aha! trial — be happy
Searchable filters are available to all Aha! customers. If you are not already an Aha! customer, you may want to sign up for a free 30 day trial now. Find out why over 50,000 users trust Aha! to set product strategy, create visual roadmaps, and prioritize releases and features.

About Keith and Aha!

Keith was a VP of Marketing at Aha! — the world’s #1 roadmap software.

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