No idea ends up where it started.

GLIDR puts feedback, discovery and validation at the center of your product development process. As a Team user, GLIDR gives you tools to set up a robust product roadmap, test your Ideas through Research & Experiments, and connect validated Evidence.

Canvas Overview

GLIDR Team offers a Business Canvas and Product Canvas, allowing you to distinguish the ideas that are directly related to your market vs. related to your product.

Start Adding Your Ideas
It's easy to start filling out your canvas. Navigate to any of the + buttons to begin adding ideas. 

Keep it brief! There's a 100 character limit, but you can click on your idea to add more detail and expand on your thoughts.

Once you've started adding and validating or invalidating your ideas, you may decide to prioritize them according to your needs, or progress them as they move through the Product Roadmap. This can be done by dragging and dropping the individual cards, which can also be done in List View.

Add Your Evidence

Once you've started adding ideas, it's likely you'll be gathering evidence that will ultimately help you validate or invalidate your ideas. This can be in the form of customer discovery interviews, A/B tests, smoke tests or one of various other tests.

By navigating to the Evidence section of your Team, you can begin adding Evidence using the + button. The Evidence tab is also where you will see other ideas that have already been added by you or your teammates.

In the same way as adding an idea, the Summary section gives you space to enter a customer discovery interview transcript, results from a landing page test, and any other relevant information relevant to your evidence.

Once you've added your Evidence, you can connect it to your ideas, or vice-versa. Clicking on the Connections tab will show you any existing connections you've made, and you can also add or edit connections to your ideas.

Discovery Tasks

You can design Research (researching without a determined ideas to generate new ideas) or an Experiment (testing a specific idea to get a precise yes or no result) to gather evidence and test ideas.

Learn more about and how to add Experiments and Research.

Notifications

Click the Notifications Icon in the top right navigation bar to open the Notifications drawer. You can view Drafts here as well.

NOTE: Be sure to update your Notification Preferences via your Profile Icon to ensure you're notified when there's an update in your project!

Comments

Commenting in the GLIDR platform is a quick and easy way to let other team members know your thoughts on ideas, evidence, experiments or posts. You can also @mention specific teammates if something needs their attention or input.

Chrome Extension

Skip the manual entry of relevant resources and data with our Chrome extension, Capture by GLIDR! You can easily grab text from anywhere across the web and the extension will create new Evidence for you. Open it up to connect it your Ideas, Research, and Experiments.

Setting Up Your Profile

Navigating to Profile & Account Settings under your profile icon will take you a page allowing you to change your profile information.

  1. Clicking your profile photo will allow you to add a new photo or remove the existing one.
  2. Add more information about yourself here. This information is visible to your teammates.

Add Team Members

Now that you've got started with GLIDR, it's time to begin inviting your teammates

You're well on your way to success with GLIDR! We wish you the best of luck. Feel free to explore our Help Center for further information, or reach out to us directly by clicking the chat icon in the lower right-hand corner of your screen.

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