Roadmunk has many options for sharing and presenting your roadmaps to different stakeholders. Whichever option you choose, you'll create beautiful and compelling visualizations that are boardroom-ready in minutes.

Export to PNG or HTML

Exporting a roadmap visualization to PNG gives you several presentation options. You can display the visualization on screen without the need of PowerPoint. Or, if you do want to use PowerPoint, we do the heavy lifting by providing preset slide-ready aspect ratios to choose from. You can also print the the PNG if you're still the pencil and paper type.

Exporting to HTML is a great choice if you want to create an interactive version of your view. Exporting to HTML creates an interactive web page with clickable items that can display details such as date range and pivot field values. 

Before doing the actual export, Roadmunk shows you a preview and lets you change export settings interactively so you can see what your output will look like and which settings are the best for your target media.  

Publish to URL

Another option for sharing a roadmap outside of Roadmunk is publishing a view to a URL. When you publish to a URL, you create a shareable link pointing to an image of the view stored with your data on the Roadmunk host. Anyone with the link can view the image. Or, if you prefer, you can password-protect the link so only certain people can access it.

You can also schedule your published URL to update on a certain date or any time an edit is made in your associated View.

To get started exporting and publishing roadmap views, go to Export and publish a roadmap.

Export to CSV

Yet another option for sharing your roadmaps is to export roadmap items to a CSV file that you can import into a spreadsheet application such as Excel. You can export both roadmap items and milestones as separate CSV files.

To get started exporting roadmap data to a CSV file, go to Export roadmap items and milestones.

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