View an example of a release plan. Initiatives are organized into front end, back end, and QA categories. More →
Agile Roadmap Template
Agile development teams use project management software to track their backlogs, but they still benefit from a high-level roadmap to communicate the broader direction of the product. Agile companies need to strike the right balance between long-term vision and short-term execution in their roadmaps.
The example above is a timeline-based roadmap that spans a shorter time-horizon, with sprints for time markers. The swimlanes in this roadmap designate features, operations, and UX initiatives. The color-coding on an agile roadmap is often used to represent teams, status, or priority level. In this example, high-priority initiatives are light blue, medium-priority initiatives are dark blue, and low priority initiatives are green. When features span multiple sprints, you can use milestones to visualize each release.