Sep 17, 2018 | By Samantha Rigg

The ultimate guide to preventing bad app reviews

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Our latest whitepaper takes a feature focused stance when looking at how best to prevent bad app reviews and drive customer satisfaction when planning your app roadmap.

What you’ll learn from the “The ultimate guide to preventing bad app reviews”:

  • The importance of app reviews
  • How to better understand your users
  • The key to building intuitive app roadmaps
  • How to use the Kano Method

In a world full of digital dialogue where no product or person is safe from machine hosted commentary, affording app reviews a significant amount of attention and care is of the utmost importance.

Find out how we at Poq use Kano Methodology to identify and prioritise features for our app roadmap based on app reviews and consumer surveys.

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Want to know more?

If you’d like to know more about how to build and improve your roadmap by using the Kano methodology get in touch and speak to a member of our team.

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