Announce new features with a public roadmap.

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With all the features you need


Roadly is highly configurable, and super easy to use for administrators and product managers.

User Experience

Beatiful user experience for end users to find and explore new features.

Public or Internal

The roadmap can be either public, internal only, or hybrid (mix of internal and public features).

Referer Security

The roadmap is only available for users who have authenticated in another portal first.

Mobile ready

Special landing page designed for mobile users.


Customize your roadmap title, description, company logo, help text, and links to external sources

Various perspectives

From a classic list view through annual views.


Create multiple roadmaps with unlimited features.


Various user roles and permissions.

Following a simple process

Roadly follows a workflow that is simple and easy to understand.

work process
  • Step 1

    Under Consideration

    Items in consideration where development has not started yet.

  • Step 2

    In Development

    New features that are currently in development and testing.

  • Step 3


    Released features that are now available for applicable customers.


Users have the option of various perspectives within a roadmap, from a classic list view through annual views to a special view for mobile users. Thanks to the user friendly interface, the filters and powerful search capabilities help users find what they are looking for.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is this service free?

Yes, Roadly is totally free. This may change in the future, but we do not have any plans yet.

2. Why should we made our roadmap public?

There are many reasons. First and most important, your customers will love it! It builds trustworthiness, you will get direct and actionable feedback, it offers transparency, it limits questioning, it makes it easy for all stakeholders, and finally it guides purchase decisions and limits churn.

3. What about the competition?

Many companies like Micosoft, GitHub or Slack are already sharing their roadmap in a transparent and public way, it's the new normal. When it comes to competition, it's rarely about the exact feature that you plan to build, but rather your execution - how you decide to design, implement and communicate it. If you can't beat your competition on execution, you can't win.