Google, like many tech companies, uses product roadmaps as a strategic document that outlines the vision, direction, and progress of a product over time. It helps them to prioritize features, allocate resources, and coordinate efforts across teams. Google's product roadmaps are typically divided into different sections for various teams, with each team responsible for certain tasks. They also use agile roadmaps for more detailed timelines and project summaries. However, specific details about Google's use of product roadmaps are proprietary and not publicly available.

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Trello, a popular project management tool, is a good example of a company that effectively uses color-coded progress bars in their product roadmap. They use labels (color-coded) to represent different stages of a task or project. This allows users to quickly understand the status and priority of different tasks at a glance.

Some alternative strategies to using an agile roadmap for managing product development include using a traditional project management approach, which involves detailed upfront planning and a linear progression of tasks. Another alternative is the Lean methodology, which focuses on eliminating waste and delivering value to the customer as quickly as possible. Scrum is another approach that emphasizes collaboration, functioning software, team self management, and the flexibility to adapt to emerging business realities.

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