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Episode 132: Feature Audit with Brian Rhea: How do you know what features in your product bring the most value? How can you "make your strengths stronger" and gracefully remove unpopular features? Today our guest is Brian Rhea, product strategist and the founder of Feature Audit. You'll learn the story behind his analytics tool, how to conduct your own feature audit, and how to apply the results in your product strategy and consulting work.

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How do you know what features in your product bring the most value? How can you "make your strengths stronger" and gracefully remove unpopular features? Today our guest is Brian Rhea, product strategist and the founder of Feature Audit. You'll learn the story behind his analytics tool, how to conduct your own feature audit, and how to apply the results in your product strategy and consulting work.
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Show Notes

Feature Audit — Brian's tool we're talking about
“hirebrianrhea.com”…One Year Later — Brian's article at Brad Feld's blog
The best stats you've ever seen — a TED talk by Hans Rosling that inspired Brian's visualization
Before you plan your product roadmap — an article by Des Traynor of Intercom about performing a feature audit
Userlist.io — Jane's SaaS product
Heap, Pendo — "heavy" analytics tools that collect all data to allow its retrospective analysis
Brian's website
Use coupon code UIBREAKFAST to get 50% off your first 3 months of Feature Audit on all paid accounts
Get free product materials like worksheets and templates at Brian's Jobs to Be Done Resource Library
Follow Brian on Twitter: @brhea

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