New pricing and allocations for basic, premium and business offerings.
Use your own domain to host your public LaunchNotes page. Instead of using the default
project-name.launchnotes.io domain, you can request a custom host, which will allow you to use any domain, like
You can now host your public LaunchNotes page on your own domain!
Typically, this is an enterprise feature but we’re offering it as an add-on to paid plans until the end of the month. Write in to email@example.com to get yours set up.
Here’s a list of all the small changes that went out in May. If it’s listed below that means it’s live.
We have removed the
description field from the
Better product change communication is here. We’re coming out of beta and into your homes. We’re now generally available to the public! Try it free today
Better product change communication is here. We’re coming out of private beta and into your workflows. We’re now generally available to the public!
Full details in the release on LaunchNotes.
Release links will allow you to add external documents and resources to your releases. Use these to keep track of everything related to the work that is getting done.
You asked us for more context in your releases, and now you have it. Introducing release links!
Release links bring all the context of your release into one place. Based on your feedback, release links support over a dozen tools out-of-the-box, including Dropbox, Atlassian (Jira, Confluence, and Trello), GitHub, Gitlan, Google Docs, Loom, Figma, and more. Now all of your work in these tools is only one click away as your release moves through your dev workflow.
Full details in the release below.
Our new Article editor will allow you to draft and save a rich text document that can be published when you are ready to share. The article has native support for embedded images and videos.
As always, we would love to get your feedback!
Introducing a brand new editing experience for your release articles. Preview mode, code blocks, and more! See all the details below.
The subscribe button on public pages now keeps track of whether your public subscribers are logged in or not. If they are logged in, the button’s text changes from ‘Subscribe to updates’ to ‘Manage your subscription’ and takes them directly to their management page.
The toggle for release visibility will be replaced with an add/remove pattern. The controls will also move from the gutter into the main body of content on the release page.
This is live for all LaunchNotes accounts as of this morning. Add/remove releases from your public page to control the visibility of your releases.
- adding a release to your public page makes it visible for the world to see
- removing keeps it internal to your signed in Project users
- all releases default to internal
Our new public page design system will make your public pages more approachable and impactful. Releases will be easier to find and groups of releases will be easier to scan.
New public page layouts are here 🚀
3 new layouts, 10 color themes, search, timelines, and advanced filtering have landed on public pages to help you communicate product changes.
View the Release for the full breakdown!