Intercom on Product Management
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Chapter 9: Get comfortable killing a feature

Intercom on Product Management

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Chapter 9: Get comfortable killing a feature

Intercom on Product Management

How do you build something people actually want and will use time and time again? Sharing lessons we've learned in the six-plus years building Intercom, in this series you'll learn how to evaluate your current product, how to decide which features to build in a haystack of those you shouldn't, best practices for getting those features used, and much more.

Intercom on Product Management

Feature creep comes at a high cost, which is why you must get comfortable killing a feature.

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