👋 Hi, I’m Campbell, and this is how my team at Rent the Runway manages releases of our mobile app.
2 out of 3 picks happen on the Rent the Runway app. Our mobile app also has 5X more sessions than than desktop. Unfortunately, our mobile app development process wasn’t exactly perfect before using Coda. We had long feature development cycles (leading to merge conflicts), QA was a bottleneck, and bug fixes might have been released for bugs reported more than a year ago.
To centralize a lot of the documentation, release notes, and feature roadmaps for the app, we turned to Coda as the single source of truth. When my team asks me about when the next app release is or if certain features will make it into the next release, I point them to our doc that is a one-stop-shop for all information relating to the mobile development process. Read this recap of a meetup where I presented our Coda doc.
Instead of having information strewn across different docs, spreadsheets, and tools, Coda allows us to centralize all this information in one doc through the use of tables, layouts, and other building blocks. What you’ll find in this doc:
Product Manager at Rent the Runway