MVP is all about focus and narrowing up, but not in the beginning. An effective MVP process starts by considering all the features a product could possibly have. Then, using an extensive and iterative process of surveys, interviews, and customer validation, narrowing down all those possibilities to an MVP to validate the hypothesis.
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