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Brandon Foster
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5 Best Interactive Product Roadmap Tools for Dev Teams

Choosing the right roadmap tool for your software development team can be overwhelming. There are so many options available, and they all claim to do the same thing. It’s hard to see much differentiation between most tools.

Still, you need to find one that fits your needs and workflow seamlessly. To make things easier for you, I've broken down some top options with their key features.

Keep reading to learn all about them!

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  1. monday dev (

This tool allows you to customize everything - from dashboards to charts - with many integration, collaboration, and automation options.

What sets monday dev apart?

  • It uses monday AI for automating repetitive tasks.
  • It can integrate with over 200 other tools - from GitHub to Slack.
  • monday DB powering the backend makes it lightning fast even for enterprises with millions of rows of data in their dashboards.
  • Has tools for bug tracking, user feedback and more built in.


Trello is a good choice for small teams looking for simplicity. You can organize tasks and track their progress using boards, cards, and lists.

What sets Trello apart?

It’s super simple for newbies to get the hang of Kanban. But beware, because while it is good for handling your personal to-do list – it’s not great for teams.


It enables users to gain a comprehensive view of their product strategy, including building a big-picture view of their portfolio and generating custom reports for stakeholders.

What sets ProductPlan apart?

It has a super sleek user interface that your team will love to use. But it is way on the expensive side and is out of most people’s budgets. It’s also a pretty simple tool for the price, and there are much better ‘value for money’ options out there.


You can build and share roadmaps, prioritize features based on user insights and company priorities, and centralize customer feedback.

What sets Productboard apart?

Like monday dev, it also has AI built in. But it’s a pretty simple tool and the Pro tier pricing can run as high as $90/user (OUCH!)


It centralizes all work in one platform, enhancing visibility and alignment across teams and departments. With various work views, including Gantt charts and Kanban boards, it allows users to visualize project progress and adjust resources efficiently.

What sets Wrike apart?

It’s a pretty solid and comprehensive tool with a free tier (and cheap paid tiers) but for some reason it doesn’t get a lot of love. I haven’t heard many people sing its praises.

Whether you're just starting or have been in business for years, having a roadmap tool can greatly benefit your team by streamlining communication, organizing tasks, and ensuring everyone is on the same page.

Remember to take the time to experiment with different options, compare their features and pricing, and choose the one that gets you excited to map out your product's success!

I personally use monday dev. I am curious which one you are using and why. Let me know in the comments below!

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