Product announcements aren't effective on your blog and deserve better than collecting dust in a customer support portal
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Centralize all product change comms in one place
Consolidate your release notes, changelog, and what's new blog to streamline your org's release process, while giving users a single, dedicated home to learn about new features and functionality.
Get the benefits of a blog post in a fraction of the time
Announcements can be created in seconds, and were designed to be as short and punchy as you need. Drag and drop screenshots, videos, gifs, or whatever will convey maximum value to customers.
Put your product release comms process on autopilot
Announcement Workflows turn chaotic launch processes into simple, streamlined workflows. Create content, segment users, choose optimal notification channels, and measure success - all in one place.
Tease what’s in dev while building engaged EAP lists
Keep users happy and engaged by providing a window into your product development process. And when new features are ready for beta, the perfect list of early access users is already at your fingertips.
Categorize updates for easy organization and filtering
Categories are completely customizable, and were designed to map to the needs of any organization. Categorize updates by product, plan type, business unit, workstream - whatever suits your needs.
Send targeted notifications with 40%-50% open rates
Powered by categories, users can subscribe to the updates they care about and ignore ones they don't. The result is hyper-targeted comms that cut through the noise and reach the right users, every time.
Make your page the perfect extension of your brand
Everything you do reflects your company's unique brand and voice, so every LaunchNotes Page comes ready, out-of-the-box, to be a perfect extension of both. Complete consistency, down to the last pixel.
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