Share your roadmap with others

Communication and transparency are essential to building great products. They're also a must for keeping entire organizations aligned with your strategy. Aha! notebooks are used to present your visual roadmaps and help you keep all stakeholders informed.

You can save nearly any view in Aha! into a notebook. When you are on a view you wish to add, simply click the More options button to add the view to a notebook and share your visual roadmap. You can add as many views as you need to each notebook. 

Likewise, any view that can be added to a notebook can also be saved as an image or a PDF. This allows you to export images from Aha! into a document or presentation that you are creating outside of Aha! To save a view as an image, select Save as image from the More options menu. To save a view as a PDF, select Save as PDF from the More options menu.

Share your Notebook

Share your visual roadmaps from Roadmaps > Notebook Overview. The notebooks can be shared as PDFs or web pages. Both options allow you to share your visual notebook with anyone, whether or not they use Aha!

  • The Generate PDF option allows you to export your notebook to a PDF document. 
  • The Update web page option allows you to share your notebook through a randomly generated, secure URL. The notebook pages will be presented in a click-through presentation.

To edit your notebook, click Notebooks, then click on the notebook name. 

You can click on each slide within the notebook to customize what is presented. This includes the ability to annotate the slide, add multiple Aha! views to a single slide and even add blank slides.

Any notebook can be deleted, but we recommend you simply revoke access if you no longer want to share a notebook as a web page. To remove the web notebook, click the More options button on the top right of the page and select Delete web page notebook.


Check out more articles related to notebooks here

Jump to:

  1. Add your product
  2. Import your existing backlog
  3. Create your first roadmap
  4. Invite your team
  5. Integrate with JIRA (or other dev systems)
  6. You are here

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