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A Changelog Software to communicate your product changes better

(Your users will thank you for it!)

Did you know that the best moment to let your users know about your new product features, improvements and fixes is when they are using it?

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The value you get with ReleasePad changelog software

Communicate Better

Each update in your product counts only if your users know about it, otherwise is as if it never existed.

Deliver more value

Your users will perceive more value from your product, this will reduce the chances of churning to other product and loose them.

Improve your NPS

If your users know about your product features and updates, they can try them and their satisfaction with the product will increase.

How does ReleasePad release notes software work?

In-Product Widget

Easy to install, amazing results!
(Just copy and paste some HTML code into your page and you are ready to go).

Our widget will show a discrete alert when there are new product updates, improvements or fixes.

Remember, the best time to let your users know about your product changes is when they are actually using it.

Public Changelog Page

For everyone to see (or not).
Custom page that allows users to see in full screen all the product updates.

When changelog software is used in conjunction with the white-label solution it’s a great tool for SEO. You will thank us later 💎

Advanced Analytics

Get insights into what kind of updates your users are most interested in.
This will allow you to make more informed decisions when building new features for your product.

Pick the pricing plan that’s right for you

Frequently Asked Questions

A release notes software or changelog platform, in a nutshell, is a software solution that helps your business communicate the release of a brand new product or changes implemented to an existing software product, be it new features, bug fixes, or improvements.

The main target audience of this release notes software is your users, but you can also use it for internal communications.

A release note software solution automatically generates blocks of information for your users. As discussed above, these blocks will include all the important information regarding the changes to your software product: new features, bug fixes, or any other changes you'd like your users to know.

Release notes are typically written by a developer or a technical writer, and release notes software helps deliver these release notes in a presentable and engaging way.
A release note allows your business to communicate with your users about new products or new features/changes implemented to an existing product. Thus, these release notes keep your users in the loop, allowing them to make the most of all the benefits your product has to offer.

Release notes can and should be leveraged as an important communication tool between your business and your customers, informing them about all the changes, improvements, fixes, and new features in an organized and presentable way.

Not all of your users will pay attention to any changes occurring to your product. So, you'd want to make sure they are properly informed about these changes, so your hard work in implementing these changes won't go to waste.

No matter how good your new features, no matter how meticulous you've put hours into bug fixing, if your users don't know about these changes, in their eyes, it's like they never existed.
Above anything else, don't forget to add a full title, including the name of your company and your product, so your users can know exactly that it is your release note.

It's important to be as clear as possible about what's included in the change, so you should include a category indicating whether the release note is about adding new features, improvements, bug fixes, or others.

You can then add a brief description of the changes implemented, preferably accompanied by relevant images and videos that you can add to your release notes software.

You should also communicate the importance of the new features (or fixes) and the impact they will bring to the user experience.

Last but not least, include the date of release.