1. Write Release Notes That Actually Get Read
A while ago, the guys at Toggl ran a survey to find out which features their users most yearned for. It turned out that the 5 most desired features were ones Toggl had had for years. I can’t even begin to imagine how frustrating that must be.
Writing good release notes is no trivial feat. But making them un-ignorable to users is a whole different matter. Alongside the super-appealing newsletter you’re going to send with the latest release updates, the Iridize Release Notes allow you to serve your users with these notes when it’s most relevant – the moment they log into your application. Or better yet – when they land on the page or feature relevant to those release updates.
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