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David Herbert

It's no secret that a higher user engagement rate translates to increased customer loyalty and, subsequently, a higher ROI. However, keeping users engaged in an increasingly competitive market is akin to striking gold in your software product. The journey towards amplifying user engagement often feels like navigating through a dense, enigmatic forest with no clear path in sight.

Engaging users isn't just about having an aesthetically pleasing interface or a groundbreaking product; it's about continuously optimizing the user experience and adapting to user feedback in real time. So, how do seasoned developers and product managers maneuver through this forest and emerge triumphant? One powerful torchlight in this scenario is the use of feature flags.

illustration of users engaging with features