Take advantage of 10 different and proven methods for prioritizing which features to build first. While keeping in mind, that there are multiple vectors in the decision matrix, and different stakeholders have different opinions.
Instead of providing a one-size-fits-all answer, this template provides eight different lenses with which to view your backlog. Each method is inspired by a seasoned product expert or considered a well-known prioritization framework.
So, start experimenting with your features list with some different prioritization methods.
This doc currently lets you try eight different prioritization methods which intend to help you determine the best order to work on them. They're ordered, starting with simpler methods, going to more complicated.
This model helps you takes the form of a simple classification framework for the features that you are considering for a product, whether it’s a single “large scale” launch or a series of product features that are planned out on a roadmap.
This model helps you prioritize based on the level of urgency, where it is mainly dedicated to the bugs and when to fix them. So, basically, when you cross a threshold, stop feature work and declare a bug week!
This model uses numerical scoring to rank your strategic initiatives against benefit and cost categories. The goal of the weighted scoring approach is to derive an objective, quantitative business value for each competing item on your list. You can then use those values to determine which items should be prioritized on your roadmap.
Cost of delay is the cost we incur by not having a feature developed and available to users. Since we can't make everything available instantly, some features will need to come later. Cost of Delay helps you make those choices correctly.