In this example, a number of Tasks are automatically created for a Project, based on whichever Task Templates are relevant for the Category of the Project. ⚡
You can use the same concepts for many other purposes, e.g.
automatically creating a training plan for employees based on the role they have 👨🏾🤝👨🏼👩🏼🤝🧑🏽
defining a standard set of tests which should get run every time a new product release occurs ✅❌
creating shopping lists based on standard recipes, each with an ingredients list 🍕🍔
When a Project is started, you'll be asked to provide a name…
...and the Project will automatically gain a set of Tasks based on the Task Templates for its Category 😀
Understand the business model of your product. Know your customers, value propositions, and how your product is going to win the market.
Replace daily meetings with daily check-ins, let people decide when to answer, and share their working context.
Plan and record financial transactions, allocated to the appropriate finance accounts.
Gather feedback from your users in order to maximise product-market fit.
Set future-dated reminders for yourself.
Follow the Shape up process for product development: shaping, betting and building in a repeating cycle.
Get a single connected workspace where all teams are welcome.