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Understand your application's feature set maturity

BY Rene Rosendahl on March 29, 2022

As “product people”, we need a way to articulate how well-developed different parts of our application are and layout a roadmap showing the progression of our app. In this post, we’ll explain the concept of “feature set maturity” to help with these concerns. […] Read more »

Creating a Feature Request Process for B2B Product and Customer Success Teams

BY Nick Paranomos on May 28, 2020

In many organizations, product leaders have a constant stream of tasks coming in from customer-facing teams. Feature requests, bug fixes – all of them urgent. It can take years to master the practice of finding a healthy balance somewhere between allowing these non stop requests to dictate your product roadmap, and ignoring them altogether. Good prioritization […] Read more »

The Minimally Viable Feature Approach

BY Simon Cast on May 8, 2013

Minimally Viable Feature approach (MVF) is creating enough of the feature to test the adoption and usefulness before expending lots of resources on fully building out the feature. In the case of ProdPad, we created the simplest form of the roadmap we could, with just enough functionality to be useful and yet provide users with […] Read more »