My ambition and attraction for canvases, templates, and how-tos have been drastically erased over the years by the real-world experience and the one-size-never-fits-all.
You have to navigate your way through the jungle; you have to make a compromise between framing and delivery, speed and scale, production and performance.
What is it for a PRD? And why should I care about it??
There is one thing that, even before roadmaps, sprints, agile, tickets, and epics, I want to leave you with.
The moment you leave a trail, you are deciding.
This is my personal PRD, which can probably help you but which I encourage you to change and explore.
The moment you decide, you are intentional. It's not about being right or wrong; it's about rationalising your intuition.
This intuition, when rationalised, is questionable and actionable by other people who may or may not see it differently.
Silly example: I went from being at first the "ow, and we could also add X to Y" when I am now much more focused on secondary edge cases, using what we already have on our system and getting all together with a clear V1 scope.