Without a Roadmap #1: Taking the Initiative

Episode #1: Taking the Initiative As two PMs early in their careers, Cam (https://www.linkedin.com/in/cam-curry/) and Yonas (https://www.linkedin.com/in/yonasdink…) plan to…


In Defense of Qualitative Feedback

Ask a product manager if they prefer qualitative or quantitative feedback and they’ll probably tell you that quantitative feedback is essential, and qualitative is annoying at best. Even though most…


50 Experts Rank Top User Engagement Metrics to Track in 2020

Measuring user engagement can give you actionable insight into how your users view and use your product. These insights can give you invaluable information on what’s resonating within your product…


Why Agile Teams Still Need to Plan for Product Releases

Saying the word “plan” to an Agile team is a little like saying “mouse” to a room full of elephants. That is to say: you can expect a lot of terror over something that shouldn’t be scary at all. To…


Why You May Be Looking at Product Adoption All Wrong

In an ideal world, people would flock to your product the moment it’s launched. They would immediately know about it, understand it, and share it with everyone and their mother. Unfortunately, that’s…


Avoiding the Dark Side of Product Improvements

Your software product is never really “done”.  There will always be changes, improvements, and updates that need to be implemented because developing software is an ongoing process. But while you…


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How to Utilize In-App Notifications Correctly & Not Annoy Your Users

We’ve all been there; you’re right in the middle of doing something in an app when all of a sudden, something pops up on your screen, forces you to stop whatever you were doing, and asks you how…


Transforming Your Release Notes into Product Announcements

Launching new features is one of the most exciting moments you have as a product team. All your hard work has paid off, and you’re ready to introduce your updates to the world. It should be a…