Chisel is a straightforward tool to craft amazing products. However, to get the most out of your Chisel experience, you must consider the following tips and tricks.
Chisel lets you prioritize features on the basis of team alignment.
You can avoid conflict and confusion and invest that time and effort in working toward the common goal.
Click here to learn how you can use the team alignment based on feature prioritization.
When you don’t have an audience to send a survey to, Chisel comes to the rescue!
You can customize your target audience and distribute your questionnaire to them directly.
If you are curious about how the audience panel works, click here.
Chisel gives you an upper hand in creating the prioritization drivers so that you can evaluate every feature. Doing so will provide you with a prioritization score which you can use to compare your features to one another.
If you want to customize your prioritization score, click here to learn how to modify the driver columns.
With Chisel, you can archive and delete an item as per your requirement.
Click here to learn how to keep your workspace clean by archiving old features and components.
Tracking Related Features
Grouping features will give you ample benefits such as handling features efficiently, tracking them, and getting to know how they are related.
Chisel gives you space to track the progress of your features and understand how they affect each other by using the grouping tool.
If you have various related features and want to learn how to track them, click here.
When you have built a feature for your product and want to get valuable feedback from your teammates, you can request a team vote wherein your team members can rate your features.
If you want to learn how to get feature feedback, click here.
With Chisel’s ‘Labels’ option, you can use colorful tags to get the attention of your team members and mark any critical information.
To dive deep into how to use labels, click here.