In a previous blog post, I went through the process of using OneDesk to plan and build your product roadmap.

From the time I’ve written that post this past November (November? Where did the time go?!) until now, more and more organizations have started to realize that building the right type of roadmap can be just what they need in order for their business to succeed.

It can be challenging to build roadmaps that properly align your specific product development process. We at OneDesk recognize this and have devised a way to for you to create roadmaps using a more collaborative and evolved approach. We believe that roadmaps should be built based on all product inputs, from requirements to resources, cost benefit analysis to market demands.

Wouldn’t it be great if not only you could build data-driven roadmaps, but if drilling down into all the data was also a breeze?

We thought so, and that’s exactly what OneDesk does.

Drilling down into OneDesk Roadmaps

Now, about drilling down…

drilling down

Get an overview all the data in your sharespace
The bars on the roadmap represent each element in your sharespace. In the roadmap above, the grey bar represents the info in the requirements view, the blue bar represents the issues/tasks planning view, and the info on the green bar indicates how the projects in the issues/tasks view are actually progressing (project actuals).

Quickly navigate to a specific view in your sharespace
If you click on the navigation link at the end of a bar (demonstrated by the yellow arrow above), you will quickly be taken to that specific view in your sharepace. This is especially useful if there are a lot of projects in your roadmap.

If you have questions about drilling down into roadmaps, or about OneDesk in general, let us know! Simply reach out to us at hello(at)onedesk(dot)com, or tweet us @OneDeskApp. Feel free to also leave a comment below, or connect with us through our social media channels.

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