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PRD Template: How to quickly get your entire team on the same page

Copy this template certified by Product School to align your team before shipping a new feature.

What is a PRD?

One of the most important roles of a product manager is to maintain communication and alignment around the product decisions you are making. Each stakeholder will have varying levels of understanding and context about why you are building a feature, so it’s your job to act as a bridge between stakeholders, your product team, and the customer.

Enter the product requirements document (”PRD”). It’s an essential tool in every great PM’s toolkit. A PRD provides context about an upcoming product feature to all the stakeholders involved, including the problem, proposed solution, launch plan, and progress updates. It’s meant to be a living document, constantly being updated and referenced as progress and circumstances change. It becomes the single link you send to anyone who wants to know more about a feature.

Use this PRD template

How to create PRD

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Write the PRD, including the problem, solution, launch plan, and stakeholders
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Delete this intro text (everything above the line below)

PRD for [product name]

Problem

Target Audience

Problem overview

Goals & Success

Non-goals

Risks

Solution

Key features

Key flows

Decision Log

Launch Plan

Milestones
1

Timeline
1

Marketing press release

Operational Checklist
0

Stakeholders

Keep stakeholders informed

Reviewer Signoffs
0

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