A simple tool to keep a public Changelog
Keep your users up-to-date with an fully integrated changelog tool for your software, app, or product
A Changelog Tool, loaded with powerful features!Sleekplan is the swiss army knife, packed with a whole bunch of features, to announce new features, content, bug fixes, or updates at a scheduled time of your choice.
Schedule Changelog UpdatesEasily schedule changelog updates to a set day and time to notify your subscribers. Send announcements at the perfect time to boost engagement.
Keep a Changelog:
A changelog tool for your internal and public updates. You can easily control the access to your board. Make a public changelog to keep users and customers up-to-date or limit access to internal or external audiences.
Public or Private
Customize AppearanceYour changelog needs to fit your brand tone and style. That's why Sleekplan provides you with a whole bunch of customization options to make that happen.
Send AnnouncementsDon't let your hard work go unnoticed! Let users subscribe to your recent updates and improve user engagement with a range of different ways to get your changelogs in front of your audience.
After all, what good is a changelog if no one notices? Sleekplan allows your user to subscribe to changelog updates and you can announce new posts via email or right in-app.
Fast feedback and short development cycles are the key. Get feedback on your recent changelog updates and announcements, so you can keep track of the customer satisfaction for your software, website or mobile app.
from Changelog posts
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What is a changelog software?A changelog is a change protocol where changes, for example to a software, a website or within a project, are documented. So, in a changelog - also called 'release note', 'news', 'what's new' etc. - changes and the history of a new development are documented.
The content and structure of the changelogThe information logged in a changelog can vary. In an internal company system, usually all changes and thus numerous small details are documented. This can be very important to ensure traceability. Often, however, customers are not interested in all the details of a change; for them, the benefit of a change is the main focus. A changelog within software development is therefore also a marketing instrument. It is an evidence for the further development of features and a possibility to highlight individual aspects of the change.
The design of a changelog for users causes relatively much effort. Many companies therefore work with a configuration or changelog management system like Sleekplan that documents all changes and marks the information that is later - manually or automatically - transferred to the changelog.