Announce product updates with Canny's changelog software

Increase feature awareness and drive user engagement with your newest features

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Your home for all previous product updates.

A product changelog takes you from product requests to new features

Embedded product changelog

Increase new feature adoption and engagement

Don’t let new features go unnoticed. Use your product changelog to show your customers that your product is constantly improving. Publish detailed release notes to help customers understand your features.

In-app alert for users to review release notes in the changelog, closing the feedback loop.

Close the feedback loop

Transition seamlessly through:

  • User feedback management
  • Prioritization
  • Roadmapping
  • Launching in your official product changelog

Plus, automatically keep your users updated as you make progress.

Product changelog that is markdown supported

Design changelog updates your way

Stay true to your brand voice. Our changelog tool is flexible to suit your team’s needs with markdown support and custom labels.

Product changelog that is markdown supported

Handle release notes and changelog entries with one tool

Canny is flexible and helps you create useful updates. Both changelog entries and release notes benefit from good design and rich media.

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Leading companies trust our release notes software

Knak shares their software release notes with users as soon as they launch.

Our users aren’t in the dark about what has been done and what hasn’t — they’re immediately notified whenever we ship something.

Felix Higgs

Felix Higgs

Director of Implementation and Support, Knak

Missive re-engages inactive users with automatic product update announcements

Every time we release a big feature, we see people upgrade to a paid plan. It’s the users who tried Missive in the past, went back to us via Canny, tried it again, and then upgraded

Philippe Lehoux

Philippe Lehoux

CEO, Missive

GiveButter boosts their NPS score by updating users on their feature requests

People always love it when something they’ve voted is built. In Q1, our NPS score was 75, so this is a great indicator for us. Our customers know and tell us that GiveButter really listens.

Jesse Sandala

Jesse Sandala

Director of Product, GiveButter


  • Canny offers several plans to cover every team's needs. You can get started with our free changelog tools. If you need more powerful features and integrations, you can upgrade to a Growth or a Business plan.

  • We offer a lot more than just a product changelog tool and release notes software. Canny has a suite of tools to help a product manager build better products. That includes feedback management solutions, prioritization tools, roadmapping tools, and a wide range of integrations to other product tools.

  • The terms are often used interchangeably, but there are some differences.

    They're different types of product updates and are usually written differently. Both describe changes or new features. Release notes are written for less technical audiences though. A changelog entry is more technical and often intended for developers and engineers. It ultimately comes down to what the purpose of your update is.

    Canny lets you write both types. It's like release notes management software and a changelog tool in one.

  • You can add unlimited contributors to your Canny account, so we encourage you to include anyone that can help in building your product. That includes letting customer success and sales record customer feedback. Product management can review feedback, prioritize features, and plan your roadmap. Finally, your software development team can learn more about customers' challenges when building features. Even marketers can learn about common pain points, and use the release notes tool in their campaigns.

  • Yes! Check out our blog for a list of great release note templates and examples.