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Learn how to manage the life cycle of a product or service within Trello.
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To understand the benefits of using a board to collaborate on product development. To learn an example from the software development industry.
Trello is an excellent application for managing the development and lifecycle of products and services. Thousands of software teams use boards to manage their work and deliver their product on time.
The different lists represented in this Product Development board include:
Featured Requests: This list is designed to collect all of the requests (or complaints) that have been made by both employees and customers about the software.
Approved: This list represents the requests from the first list which have been approved and will be scheduled to be developed.
In Progress: This list displays all of the features and fixes that are currently being worked on by the development team.
Version 8.9: This list represents the very next release of the software. Cards within this list will be included in this release.
Version 9.1: This list represents a future version of the software. Since not all features may be included in the next release, several versions may be managed at once.
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