Very happy with the web presentation of roadmaps in notebooks, however we still need to print them effectively in some circumstances. Also would be valuable to be able to fit to one page. The ability to change text size when exporting to a specific roadmap to pdf is important. The standard text size in a reasonably sized roadmap often is too small to read in A4 format. The output unfortunately doesn't do justice to the roadmap product. The work-around isn't so practical - print a webpage to pdf (which gives more control than the straight pdf output), then manually change in label in Acrobat Professional.
I know that Aha has put a lot into their presentation use case, but it's not reasonable given the amount of non-Aha data that needs to live in one deck to use that feature. This leaves all of us having to recreate roadmaps in PPT because the exported version from Aha is completely unreadable. I love so much about Aha, but getting information out is the definite weak spot.
Agreed, I am afraid that the printed output may be the reason why our org doesn't move forward with using AHA - it is pretty much unreadable and could be updated to look more modern and customizable by client.
We need to present our roadmaps to the board but the font sizes are very small when saved in PDF
Similar for export of e.g. Feature Roadmap to image or pdf or Notebook - feature names get really tiny and get hard to read when presented in a presentation in front of customers. Would really need this!
I absolutely need larger text in the PDF output.
For some reports in notebooks, there is no way to add a title in the report – e.g. a filtered list report you can't add a title, whereas with a chart/graph you can add a title which gives larger print size. When the report itself has no title, you have to add the title on the notebook page. Unfortunately on the PDF, this only appears in a very small print right at the top – more like a page header rather than a title. I need a way to add a clear large font title to every page in a notebook. Preferably in a customizable font.