Plan your next actions, validate through findings, prioritize them, and send them directly to your product management tool (Jira, Monday, ClickUp, and others), all within Reveall.

You can create an Action directly from a Finding, or create one independently and add Findings to it later to back up your decision.

Creating an Action from a Finding

While looking at a Finding, use the blue button at the bottom of the drawer to either add it to an existing Action or create a new Action based on the finding.

Once your Action is created, a new drawer opens. You can add a title, add a description, and already set the ICE levels. Choose the correct type (Task, Story or Epic), status and tags if you already know them. Link your Action with the relevant theme and finalize your Action by clicking the green 'Add Action' button in the bottom right corner of the drawer.

Create an Action independently from a Finding

Thought of a next step that's not directly linked to a Finding?

Go to the Actions tab via the menu on the left. Use the '+ New Action' button in the top-right corner. This will open a drawer with a new Action.

You can add a title, add a description, and already set the ICE levels. Choose the correct type (Task, Story or Epic), status and tags if you already know them. Link your Action with the relevant theme and finalize your Action by clicking the green 'Add Action' button in the bottom right corner of the drawer.

The Impact, Confidence and Ease score

Ice, ice, baby! Our Actions allow you to use the ICE model to prioritize your team's next steps. Add the scores for each of the three metrics, and then Reveall will do the rest: the priority score will be automatically calculated.

More info on how to use ICE in our blog post here.

An Action's status

A newly created Action will automatically receive the status 'New'. You can then manually change it to In Progress, Done and Archived. Archived actions will not be visible in the Actions tab, nor in the Journey's library. You can use the Filter in the Actions tab to select 'Archived' to see them. If you'd like to restore them, simply change the status back to an active one.

Adding Actions to a Journey

When working in a Journey, you can now drag and drop an Action into your Journey as you would with a Finding or Insight.

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