What is Prioritization?

Prioritization is where you decide on what to build next based on weighing quantitative data related to that feature.

Zeda.io comes with two pre-defined frameworks (R.I.C.E. Model and Value vs Effort Model) and allows you to create customized prioritization rules as many as you like.

To get started, head over to the product space where you need to prioritize the features. Check 'Idea Prioritization' under features expanded view. 

Prioritization Frameworks:

  1. R.I.C.E. Model: This framework will open by default. In this model, you take the inputs of Reach, Impact, Confidence, and Effort to get a quantitative score called R.I.C.E. score.
    1. Reach: This is the number of people you feel will be impacted by this feature.
    2. Impact: This is the measure of the impact of the feature. For example, How many people who see this feature will choose to buy the product?
    3. Confidence: This is where you quantify the amount of data or feedback you have in support of this feature.
    4. Effort: This is where you quantify the amount of time and work that will be going into building this feature.
  2. Value vs. Effort Model: In this model, you take in the amount of value that the feature generates per unit effort from a Value/Effort score.
    1. Value: This is where you estimate the value of the feature when released.
    2. Effort: This is where you quantify the amount of time and work that will be going into building this feature.
  3. Custom Frameworks: Your team may follow different frameworks, and this is where you can build it up yourself.

To learn more about how to prioritize what to work on next, check out these articles:

https://productschool.com/blog/product-management-2/prioritization-techniques-product-managers/