Feature flags have offered great value for developers enabling them to continuously deliver software to end users at greater speed than before. By decoupling deployment from release, developers can avoid bottlenecks and can instead merge and deploy their changes immediately.
However, it’s not only development teams that can use feature flags during the development process. Product teams can also incorporate these flags into their daily workflows to provide higher-quality products for their customers.
In this e-book, we explore the many ways that product managers and their teams can implement feature flags, mainly through experimentation to obtain direct feedback from their most relevant customers.
These use cases will illustrate how, just like technical teams, product teams can also incorporate feature flags into their own processes. This is particularly the case when you decide to buy an advanced feature management tool that allows all teams to create and manage flags, thereby reducing dependencies among teams.
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