I come bearing great news, the Brizy public roadmap was just published. Starting right now you can stay up to date and have a clear(er) view on what are are working on.
There were a lot of requests for a Brizy public roadmap and we weren’t sure if we’ll have one for a couple of reasons but mainly because we didn’t want to create false expectations by putting deadlines on features. So we’ve decided to leave the deadlines out of it.
The idea is to give you a clear view into what we’re working on, what we’re about to work on, and what we’re thinking about working on! Plus let you comment and vote on your favourite features that you want in Brizy so we know what to put in first.
In this article you’ll find:
How does the roadmap work
You’ll find four lanes on the Trello board: Suggestions, Next Up, In Progress and Done! I’ll explain each, a bit below.
– Suggestions: This is a list of interesting ideas. We haven’t committed to them yet, but you have the power to push them higher up the priority list by Voting on them.
– Next Up: A list of ideas we are researching and preparing to build.
– In Progress: A list of things under construction!
– Done: Improvements you can see and use in Brizy. Take a look and let us know what you think! Note that not all of them might be in the currently released build.
How to send us a feature request
The feature requests don’t happen on Trello. If there is a feature you’d love to see in Brizy, please add it on GitHub using the following link:
Please prefix any suggestion with [Feature Request]
All the features that are clearly articulated on GitHub will be added by us in the Brizy public roadmap every couple of days.
Since you’ve managed to read thus far, here is a tip: some of the cards in Trello (like Dynamic Content for WordPress or the Block Conditions) have all the screens for the proposed design solution right there for you to check out. Cool eh?
Don’t forget to go on Trello and vote your favourite features. You can also comment on any feature as well. Thanks for your trust and support.
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I hope you enjoy the peek behind the scenes. 🙂
This is just the beginning, more cool features are coming to Brizy in the following weeks. Please add any suggestions/issues you have on GitHub. Also, consider joining our Facebook community where we discuss all things Brizy every day.
For a full list of all the fixes and improvements included in Brizy 1.0.67 visit this link.
Until next time.
July 23, 2018
Article by Dimi
One of the designers and co-founders of Brizy and ThemeFuse, Dimi has a passion for design, WordPress, and products with great usability. He is always happy to share and connect with others. Drop him a line.