Project Management

Master the Product Requirements Document

The Product Requirements Document (PRD) is the one-stop-shop for everything related to your product/feature. As you develop more details about what you actually want to create, make sure you update your PRD!  Some of the sections include:

  1. Problem Statement
  2. Benefits of solving the problem
  3. Design Files
  4. Hypothesis/Assumptions
  5. Product Implementation plan
  6. Links to engineering documents
  7. Go to market plan
  8. Metrics being tracked

Every PM (even PMs within the same company) have their own way of creating their own PRD.  There is no standardized way.  Feel free to use this template and edit it to your preferences!

Link to template

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