I often share the "roadmap" slide of a notebook via the web URL. The basic feature name is there (and we can include our custom field "user story" if we want), but I'd prefer it if the features were all clickable, and some basic information about each feature would be displayed on click.
The major usage case would be to publish the roadmap internally, but allow users to click on a given feature to learn more about it (as the title alone can be confusing to those who aren't actively talking about the feature).
User story: as a stakeholder without an Aha account, I want to be able to click on items in the roadmap for more information, so that I can stay informed about what features are coming in the product.
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Notebooks are an excellent tool to share information with key stakeholders on roadmaps and additional product management activities. Notebooks can be published to a secure web page and can be shared with anyone. As you make changes in Aha!, they can be automatically updated in your Notebook so that you do not need to update information in multiple places.
We can understand the potential benefits of making features and other items clickable through a notebook. That said, there are permission related issues with this idea.
Notebooks are available to all users, but information within the application are only available to application users.
One potential workaround would be to include Feature detail pages within the Notebook to allow for easy access on important features (or other details which you would like to share).
At this time, we are unlikely to make changes in this area because of user permission limitations and current priority areas. We hope you can understand.