Art of writing a good changelog
Nice guide on accessibility
In some ways, changelogs are the precursors of the “build in public” movement. Or rather, the foundation. They’re an effective tool for communicating progress and tracking bug fixes, feature updates, and other changes you’re making to your product for your users and customers.
Yet, oftentimes they end up being a missed opportunity to signal the exciting things happening with your product.
Let’s look at why keeping a great changelog is important for your brand and in helping you to engage and activate your most powerful users.