Product Knowledge is your team's edge.
Building this knowledge is hard. Scribbling is easy ! In LightCat, you Scribble. Then connect these "scribbles". Add tags, features and user stories. Build the tree of knowledge.
Plus - embed charts, videos and Figma boards. And this is only version 0.3
Building the knowledge tree is simple. Just add a tag to a scribble. That's it.
The tags act as connectors - like edges of a graph. The scribble now appears within every other document with the tag. And those documents appear within this scribble. This is high density knowledge. Quickly hop across related information, like chained thoughts in your mind.
Hate clunky forms? We do too.
In LightCat, a scribble creates features and user stories - or "tickets". Convert the whole Scribble to one feature. Or map different lines to different features - it is your preference.
Soon, you will be able to push the tickets to JIRA. That'right - a whole sprint plan, pushed to JIRA, without ever opening it.
You write a lot. You should use a professional tool for writing.
LightCat is a powerful WYSIWYG Markdown editor. You can create professionally written Product Documentation pretty easily. Keep everyone on the same page.
Product knowledge should be a pleasure to read.
Product Development is mostly prioritization. And rejection. You know that well and likely have your own adaptations of popular frameworks.
LightCat has a powerful Product Decision Framework - Storyboard.
Storyboard is flexible like a spreadsheet and powerful like an algorithm. It can be generated from a Scribble or typed in. Soon, Storyboard will also pull data from channels like Intercom.
New ideas should not be isolated orphans. Isolated ideas lack depth.
In LightCat, when you add a story, just place a tag on it. The story becomes part of a family. Connected to multiple siblings, and having a parent. Now it's ready to flourish. Groomed it and soon graduate it to a release.
Score the Stories on multiple parameters. Select the top stories for your roadmap. Now it is possible to explain "why" something is in a roadmap. When your strategy changes, the parameters do too. Discuss strategy with stakeholders, not features.
Plan a roadmap, a release, a sprint - whatever you need.
Forecasting is hard.
LightCat's framework helps you capture abstract ideas like complexity and research. Note the red-flags - stories you marked complex but have been estimated with low effort.
It's a microscope to scan potential problems before they occur.