If such a roadmap is public, then it also tells your immediate competitors what exactly you are…
Amit Ghasghase
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Thanks Amit. That is definitely a fair point. I think public roadmaps show usually more the higher level of the product roadmap and even though competitors might see it, it is sometimes even obvious what features you want to build in the future. However, I do agree that in a highly competitive market it might be better to share the product roadmap only with your core users.

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