Data Driven Product Features allow product managers to more consistently deliver better features than they ever will guessing on what should be worked on. Product managers have a lot of information available to them, so much that at times it is hard to see what ideas or features would make the largest impact. Product HQ provides product managers different approaches to score ideas and features to ensure that the most impactful enhancements make it to your product roadmap.

Idea Voting

Create passive customer feedback loops within your product.

Idea Promotion Scoring

Share your product future and past with your customers.

Feature Objectives Scoring

Create and track user interviews to generate new ideas.

ICE Scoring

Ask your users to validate and vote for the best ideas for your product.


Idea Voting

Successful products are customer driven and what easier way to do this then to lay your cards on the table and let your customers vote for the ideas they feel would make the most impact to their use of your product. By allowing a consensus based on user and team voting, you can quickly see which Data Driven Product Features ideas bubble up to the highest scores and make the decision to move those forward into features.


Idea Promotion Scoring

As an idea gets created, you can assign an initial Data Driven Product Features score and from there as you merge more ideas together they can continue to increase in value. If one customer asks for a change to your product you want to hear it. If 10 more customers ask for the same or similar thing, you want to ensure the feature now carries added weight and visibility. Define custom weight rules to continue to increase the value of a feature as you promote more ideas into the same feature.


Feature Objectives Scoring

Every product manager has business and product objectives they need to accomplish to be successful. As a result, you should be prioritizing your product features on your product roadmap based on their ability to help you accomplish those objectives. Define all of your objectives, organize them by category and as you promote ideas into features you can identify which objectives they will assist you with. This will define a feature score that you can use to prioritize which features you promote to your product roadmap.


ICE Scoring

ICE Scoring allows product managers to quickly size up an idea to assign a quick value based on the impact the idea would have on the product, the confidence in their sizing and the effort involved to implement the idea for both time and resources. Based on the quick sizing you will see quickly ideas that are easier to implement with high impact and make sure those are promoted to the product roadmap.


 

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