Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained

Feature Bloat

Feature bloat refers to the situation when a product becomes burdened with too many features, making it slow, complicated, and difficult to use. It's like having a smartphone with so many apps that it takes forever to find and use the ones you actually need. In product management, it's important to avoid feature bloat because it can lead to a poor user experience and dilute the value of the core features. Remember, less is often more when it comes to product development!

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