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Give your team a complete guide to your product launch.Prioritize different parts of the project, figure out what order they need to happen in, and then find the right team member to execute on each task. Assign reasonable deadlines to keep the ship moving. Consider using a project management tool such as Trello, Asana, or Basecamp to track timelines and progress.Most importantly, start early enough that your plan is actually possible. It’s easy to plan a product and launch in one month; it’s much harder to actually execute. Don’t give your team 6 months of work on a 3-month timeline.
Feedback is the breakfast of champions.While QA testing is an obvious given at all stages in the product development lifecycle, it’s easy to forget the significance of good ol’ user testing and user feedback throughout. Don’t. QA will only tell you whether something works, whereas user feedback can tell you how well something works. You need to gather feedback, whether it’s via customer interviews, usability tests, or by sharing early prototypes with prospects, starting before you launch. Getting iterative user feedback will help you learn how to more effectively solve the problem or pain point your product is designed to alleviate.
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