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Understand how the product will grow.

It's important to have an idea of what your product will look like down the road.

Early stages of product design are when you should take stock of the features that didn't make it into your minimum viable product and store them away for later.

You should decide at the onset what data points you'll use to measure the success of your product. These metrics are critical and help you decide what features to roll out later on, and will help ensure you have a product that keeps users engaged for years to come.

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