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Minimum Viable Feature

Minimum Viable Feature (MVF) is a concept in product management that focuses on delivering the bare minimum functionality required for a feature to be usable and provide value for users. It's like creating a simple bowl of spaghetti instead of a fancy lasagna. With MVFs, you prioritize speed and efficiency over perfection, allowing you to quickly test and gather feedback from users. Just like how a bowl of spaghetti can still satisfy your hunger, MVFs allow you to launch a feature with minimal effort and iterate based on user needs.

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