Confluence vs ProductPlan: What are the differences?
Confluence: One place to share, find, and collaborate on information. Capture the knowledge that's too often lost in email inboxes and shared network drives in Confluence instead – where it's easy to find, use, and update; ProductPlan: Visual product roadmap and IT roadmap software. Communicate your strategy with cloud-based roadmap software. Easily visualize, prioritize, and share your company’s product and dev roadmap. Integrates with JIRA, Pivotal Tracker, Team Services, and Slack.
Confluence and ProductPlan belong to "Project Management" category of the tech stack.
Some of the features offered by Confluence are:
On the other hand, ProductPlan provides the following key features:
- Web-based visual roadmaps
- Grouping into themes
- Flexible calendar
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What is ProductPlan?
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All ideas and knowledge that needs to be elaborated or shared is done in this wiki. With plugins for create embedded prototypes.
Also is part of the development processes to create requisites and other artefacts.
It's main use is in the development processes, it could be used to create manuals and software documentation as well, but is used more as a collaboration enterprise tool.
All of our (Engineering) knowledge is in Confluence. We document our thinking, our architecture, support recipes, trip notes, anything and everything. It's very important in a remote setting, to be have this type of knowledge store.
We use Confluence for specifications and knowledge sharing. We chose Confluence over other wikis primarily because of its integration with JIRA
Collaborate on project documentation, functional specs, walkthroughs, development standards, coding standards etc.