A startup originated by three ex-Atlassian employees, LaunchNotes, has made it easier for the businesses to communicate the alterations in their software products to their internal teams and external customers.
Jake Brereton, the third co-founder and former head of marketing for Jira at Atlassian, said that before LaunchNotes, the team discerned the difficulty faced by software businesses to keep their release notes updated.
It’s not simple for the companies to ship updates multiple times a day, after all, which only makes writing comprehensive release notes harder. LaunchNotes software products helps PMs update their constituents and can convey the relevant changes to their customers, everything in one platform.
While LaunchNotes is still in its early days — and remains self-funded — it already counts Atlassian, Twilio and Loom among its customers.
Pricing for LaunchNotes starts at $29, but there is also a free plan that allows for two project users and up to 50 public subscribers who can sign up for alerts. The free plan is also limited to public updates and doesn’t allow for any major design changes.