The MVP is dead, long life to the MAP. (Minimum Awesome Product)

 

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The change of context is important. Before we only had in mind that the product being launched was functional enough. That the customer / user could run at least 2–3 basic things perfectly, but the client has grown, the client understands 5–6 basic things easily, we have to offer something more, something with which feels familiar and something that will surprise you at the same time.

Source: The MVP is dead, long life to the MAP. (Minimum Awesome Product)