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Specify Your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Feature Set

Specify Your Minimum Viable Product (MVP) Feature Set

A minimum viable product (MVP) is the barest or most basic version of a new product used to test the market and gain the attention of potential customers.

The idea at this stage is to collect enough feedback from your target audience to understand your product’s strengths and weaknesses to improve it or double down on what works.


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