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Nov 12

Ionic Capacitor support
(All your OSes are belong to us)

No…that’s not a typo. Old memers and gamers will rememberĀ “All your base are belong to us”.It’s our cheeky way of saying that only Pointzi supports all that platforms that you need coverage for Announcements, Guides, Feedback and Contextual Help.Today we are announcing beta support for Capacitor JS with a V2 plugin! Native IOS Apps for


Nov 9

Customer-driven product management with Productboard

In this session we explore the Productboard platform. Readers of this blog know that a Pointzi we are extremely passionate about: JTBD (Jobs to be done) and how the best teams link Strategy and OKRs to feature prioritisation. How teams use methods like RICE (to score) or Opportunity Solution Trees (for ideation) How this practically


Nov 2

Developer retention – the cost of app complexity

App complexity grows over time – but developer retention is usually a few short years. Product Managers need to reduce App complexity to the core features and outsource non-core functions to other products. In a recent post, we discussed the return on investment of using platforms like Pointzi for onboarding, announcements and guidance vs hard-coding.


Oct 31

How one Bank App uses Feature Announcements

Pointzi was designed for Apps to make onboarding, education and Feature Discovery simple and code-less. Most commonly the use of Tips and Tours to nudge a user into action is a great user engagement approach. But what happens when you are rolling out a major feature? Perhaps tips of a popup are a good introduction


Oct 21

Hardcode or Buy – the return on investment question

What elements are best to hardcode and what should be “bought”? Product teams always have a backlog of features, fixes, customer requests and re-rewrite/re-factor advocates. At the same time, customer churn, engagement, monetization are the primary product goals that map to company OKRs.Ā  We used to hardcode emails, now that would be crazy Retention-driven growth