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The Next Steps for Roadmunk

The Next Steps for Roadmunk

Major updates for Roadmunk users as we are rolling out UX overhauls for item cards and table view and two new integrations that users can choose from to improve your roadmapping experience.

If you’ve only got a few seconds and don’t want the details, the core of all this is that our excellent developer team has made a lot of things look nicer and run a lot faster when you are roadmapping, and now you can integrate your data from and Pivotal Tracker.

If you want the full breakdown, then this is for you:

UX Updates

As one of the most used areas of the roadmapping module, we take our Table View pretty seriously. This is why we’ve revamped it to adopt a sleeker and more intuitive UI/UX – making data entry and item management at scale a seamless and smooth experience.

While visually appealing, this update has also given the Table View a much needed performance boost – up to 15x when working on roadmaps with greater than 1,000 items (when compared to our legacy table view). Thanks to our developers’ additional optimization work to better handle data at scale, we have also removed our paginated setup in favor of a continuous scrolling experience.

Additionally, the updated Table View will employ a more visual approach when handling and representing certain fields. Popular field types like ‘Multi-Select’, ‘Percentage’, and ‘Team Member’ now have far more visually distinct styles in the table, making these commonly used fields easier to locate on the roadmap.

We’ve also added new styles for linked item indicators, error messages, and sub-items when working inside the table view.

To sum it up: Roadmunk is faster, better looking, and easier to use when building any size of roadmap. And to make things even better, it’s available today for all users in Roadmunk.

Interested in learning more? Check out our breakdown of the updated Table View here.

New Integrations

From the start of October, Roadmunk can now sync up with and Pivotal Tracker, meaning you can quickly populate your roadmaps with data from these tools and roll them up into a bigger portfolio view with data from other sources.

Both integrations allow you to select the fields and properties you’d like to see and can automatically update on a regular basis so you get the most up-to-date information possible.

Learn more about how to set up an integration here.