4. Identify and remove

4. Identify and remove points of friction

When you spend hours in your own product every day, it’s easy to forget what a first time user experience feels like to people unfamiliar with your product. What seems like a minor blip to you could be a major point of friction for new users.

Removing friction from the onboarding process is essential for reducing time to value. 

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