Notion Product Management TemplateBeginner
Linear app alternative for Product Management. Do you love the Linear app, but need the flexibility of Notion? Say hello to the best Linear Alternative ✨
Love the Linear App for Product Management? But find its pricing too much?
Say hello to the "Linear in Notion" Template 🚀
Find all the core features of Linear - with some extra add-ons ;)
Who is this for?
Product teams who need an all-in-one system for complete Product Management. Love Linear, but find it too pricey + rigid. Need a little flexibility which Notion can offer.
What do you get?
All the top features of the Linear app. Issues, Projects, Teams, Roadmaps, Cycles, Documents etc + something extra ;)
All your tasks, issues, customer feedback and anything atomic that someone has to work on is added as an "Issue". Get a filtered view of everything that's assigned to you.
Filtered view of issues assigned to yourself on the dashboard
Status board view of all the active and backlog issues
Member-wise views to get an overview of active items of each team member
A project is an aggregation of Issues. A project can be broken down into a set of issues/tasks. You can create projects as per your product roadmap and add them to backlog and release cycles.
Quick timeline view of active projects and their status on the dashboard
Detailed view of all the projects grouped by status
Tracker of issues within each project and an overall progress bar to give a quick status check for each project
Every product has a roadmap. Teams can define a roadmap based on individual product teams or milestones, etc. But usually, a roadmap would have projects within it based on certain criteria.
View roadmap by products
View status-wise views of each roadmap
Different views for active and backlog items
Product teams work in cycles, right? Every team has a different cadence for releases. So a cycle is defining when we start and when we release a set of projects. You can set end dates and assign projects and issues within a cycle.
View ongoing cycle and it's status on dashboard
Plan cycles in advance by adding features from roadmap into particular cycle
Holistic view of all the projects and issues within a cycle and their status
We have different teams to work on different sets of tasks, don't we? Backend team, front-end team, design team etc. What better way to give each team a space of its own so that they can plan and manage their projects and issues?
View team-wise active issue
Member wise active items within that team
Team-wise active projects
📑 Documents and Links:
There's always a lot of documentation and research stuff that goes on while developing a feature. We can maintain it by linking documents and links with each project. Everything is organised in one place!
A database for managing all your documents and links
Quick linked view of documents and links within each project to find related items easily
Are you a little hands-on with Notion, like just a little?
You can edit the fields, properties and statuses of projects, issues and cycles as per the working framework of your team 🔥
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