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Build a shared understanding
Take your walls and whiteboards into Azure DevOps and Azure DevOps Server with SpecMap. Visualize your product backlog and create user story maps from your work items. User story maps help your team to better understand user needs and help you to build better products.
Map the big picture
Visualize the journey of your users, quickly add user activities and start by drag & dropping work items from your existing product backlog to create your first map.
Refine your work items
Break down your bigger work items into smaller work items, allows you to better prioritize and deliver your most important functionalities sooner to your users.
Plan your iterations and releases
Easily prioritize your next sprint iteration with intuitive drag & drop and slice out your next product release.
Keep track of your progress
Get an overview of the completion status of your work items and keep track of your progress.
Share your map
Download and share your user story maps with different development teams and clients
You can find an overview about our latest releases and new features here in our changelog.
A comprehensive end-user documentation of SpecMap is available on our website
Feedback & Support
Do you have any issues using SpecMap, feedback or missing some important feature? Please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking forward to get in touch with you.