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Yes, each portal can be private or public. You can use it internally for you and your team, share it with logged-in users, or with everyone in public. You can also configure each tab as public or private (e.g., declined or in-review features).
ProductLift supports the GDPR and all ProductLift services comply with its provisions. Not only is the GDPR an important step in protecting the fundamental right of privacy for European citizens, it also raised the bar for data protection, security, and compliance in the industry. On our Legal page, you can find our Data Processing Agreement, Privacy Statement, and more security information.
This is a product from Ruben Buijs. Ruben employs a decade of consulting experience from Ernst & Young to maximize clients' ROI on new Tech developments. He advises companies to understand customers better and build the features that matter.
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You can try ProductLift for free for 14 days. When you continue with ProductLift, you can go for a monthly contract and cancel each month.
You can start with ProductLift for free. We also have paid plans that give you more quota.
As a product manager, you don't have time to keep track of different feedback channels when prioritizing your backlog. You want one central repository where everyone can add suggestions and upvote the most valuable ones – including users, customers, and team members. When building a great product, it's vital to ensure that your features appeal to the needs of your target audience. Thoughtful customers, partners, designers, and developers have great ideas, so how do you decide which features are worth adding? You must get direct feedback from your target audience to accurately assess market potential and customer interest around the features you're considering building into your product. ProductLift generates a visual report of the votes each feature request has received. This approach makes it easy for everyone involved in prioritizing requests to evaluate whether each is likely to be popular with customers once implemented.
Feature upvoting is a great way to get your voice heard on what features you want to see on a product or website. By upvoting a feature, you essentially say that you would like to see that feature implemented. The more upvotes a feature gets, the more likely the company will take notice and implement the feature.
As a product manager, you probably receive many feature requests (on forums, email, Facebook, etc.). You can enter them in Google Sheets, Trello, or Excel. However, it becomes quite a task to track who asked what feature, see which features are crucial and which not, update customers regularly on their requests, and inform everyone about new updates. You can bring everything together in ProductLift, and this helps you to have a total overview of requests on auto-pilot, customers have an overview where they can track the status of their suggestions, customers can vote so you can see what's important. Next to this, customers see that sometimes their idea isn't that good after all (if nobody else votes on their suggestion), and you can send customers automatic status emails about requests and keep them engaged.
ProductLift is made for SaaS product managers, project managers, and marketing strategists, but you can use it for multiple use cases. The tool is hyper-flexible and has even been used to gather gyms' feedback.
ProductLift is a prioritization, roadmap, and changelog tool for SaaS product managers, project managers, and marketing strategists. You can use it to upvote features, define a roadmap, and present product updates.

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