Keep your users and internal stakeholders updated with this simple software release template.
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This template is intended to be used as a guide for creating technical release notes. It can be customized to fit the specific needs of your organization or project. Here's how to fill out each section of the template:
Release Number: This section should include the version number of the release.
Release Date: This section should include the date that the release will be made available to users.
New Features: This section should include a list of any new features that have been added in this release.
Improvements: This section should include a list of any improvements or enhancements that have been made in this release.
Bug Fixes: This section should include a list of any bugs that have been fixed in this release.
API Changes: This section should include a list of any changes that have been made to the application programming interface (API) in this release.
Deprecations: This section should include a list of any features or components that have been deprecated in this release.
Known Issues: This section should include a list of any known issues or bugs that are still present in this release.
Notes: This section should include any additional notes or information that may be relevant to the release.
Upgrade Instructions: This section should include any instructions that users need to follow in order to upgrade to this release.
Compatibility: This section should include information about the compatibility of this release with other systems or platforms.
Testing: This section should include information about the testing that has been performed on this release.
Documentation: This section should include information about any documentation that is available for this release.
Support: This section should include contact information or links to support resources that users can use if they need assistance with this release.
The bullet journal template has two main sections, the calendar, and the monthly '⏳ Future' sections.
The calendar - A long list of months with each month containing the days for that month. You'll add your tasks, notes and events under each day.
The future logs - Each month has a '⏳ Future' section that serves as a placeholder for activities that should be completed during that month but do not yet have a specific date.
The monthly log allows you to view all the events for a given month. You create this view by clicking on the bullet for the current month and then clicking on the star ⭐️ to save that view in the left hand sidebar.
The daily log allows you to quickly jump to today and work on the day's tasks and events, and add notes. You create this view by searching for 'Today' in the menu bar and then clicking on the star ⭐️ to save that view in the left hand sidebar.
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