The IGISOL (Ion Guide Isotope Separation On-Line) mass separator produces a broad range of ion beams. Collinear laser spectroscopy forms an important part of the diverse research activities of the laboratory. An important improvement to the laser beamline is the addition of a charge exchange cell, which will allow for production of fast neutral beams. This charge exchange cell was commissioned online through measurements on several radioactive isotopes of silver. The availability of neutral beams will allow the study of many new elements with laser spectroscopy. In this talk, an overview of recent laser spectroscopy results will be presented, as well as an outlook towards the future. The complimentary of the program at the IGISOL and the other radioactive beam facilities such as ISOLDE will be highlighted.