🛠 Your next feature won't save your product

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When things aren’t working, it’s tempting to simply build more product.

But, building your way out of a problem rarely works.

There are two reasons:

  1. If users are leaving your product, only a few of them will ever use your new features.

  2. The new features have little impact on getting those remaining users to engage with the product.

This article by Andrew Chen dives into a few tips on:

  • Why product builders make these two mistakes and how to avoid them

  • How to pick the next feature that might save your product

📌 You can read Andrew Chen’s blog post here.


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