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Product Requirements Document Template

Create product requirement documentation with Bit documents.

What is a Product Requirements Document?

Why are Product Requirements Documents Important?

What You Should Include in Your Product Requirements Document?

Title

Target Release Date

Objective: Give context of how this project fits into the organization's strategic goals.

Vision: Where you want your product to be in the future

Goals: List product goals including their time frame, and success metric

Initiatives: List high-level product initiatives

Persona(s): Who the product is for

Release

  • Date
  • Initiative
  • Milestones
  • Features
  • Dependencies

Features: Include the features added

User Flow and design: Insert wire-frames and mock-ups.

Analytics: KPIs to study

Future Work

Key Benefits of Creating Your Product Requirements Document on Bit.ai

Bit is an collaborative interactive modern document platform that allows you to incorporate smart content inside of your documents. Businesses from across the globe are using Bit for fast beautiful documents.

Here are some of the man benefits of using Bit:

  • Collaborate in real-time.
  • Interlink your product requirements document and other documents.
  • Create fully responsive documents.
  • Create product requirements documents that are only visible to yourself or your colleagues.
  • Track engagement on shared product requirements documents with customers, partners, etc.
  • Embed your product requirements documents onto any website."

How to Make Your Product Requirement Documents Interactive?

Recommended power links and files you can add to your product requirements document:

  • Web links
  • GitHub
  • PDFs, PowerPoint in Google Drive/OneDrive
  • Google Sheets, OneDrive Excel, Airtable
  • YouTube, Vimeo
  • Social Media posts
  • Draw.io & Lucidcharts
  • InVision, Framer, Figma

Product Requirements Document Template

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