Airtable’s PRD Template

Airtable product development approach focuses on objectives, assumptions, constraints, and user experience.
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Airtable is a cloud-based productivity tool that provides a flexible and powerful way to organize and collaborate on information. The following is a description of Airtable's product requirements document template that helps teams identify objectives, constraints, features, and release criteria for their projects.

Objective/Goal: The product requirements document should clearly outline the project's objective or goal. This section should define the problem that the project is trying to solve and how it aligns with the company's overall strategy and vision.

Assumptions, Constraints, Dependencies: This section should identify any assumptions, constraints, or dependencies that are relevant to the project. This could include technical dependencies, regulatory requirements, or any other external factors that could impact the project's timeline or success.

Features of the Product: This section should outline the core features of the product, including any user stories or use cases. It should describe how the features will address the problem identified in the objective section, and how they will provide value to the end-users.

UX Flows and Design Notes: This section should provide detailed information about the user experience (UX) design of the product. It should include information about the user flows, user interface (UI) design, and any design notes that are relevant to the project.

System and Environment Requirements: This section should identify any system and environment requirements necessary to support the product. This could include hardware and software requirements, as well as any other infrastructure requirements necessary for the product to function.

Release Criteria: This section should define the criteria that must be met before the product can be released to the public. This could include quality assurance (QA) requirements, performance criteria, security requirements, or any other relevant criteria.

Out of Scope: This section should identify any features or requirements that are outside the scope of the project. It should clearly define what will not be included in the product and why.

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