Removing features is a shitty move

I've worked on some big product launches. Every time there's a major update, developers have to think about which features to port over and which to drop.

Sometimes it is easy. Analytics show no one is using this feature? Drop it.

Sometimes it is hard. It's a moderately well used feature, but complicated to get running on a new environment. If you


@Edent I'm trying to fathom how maintaining a button that does one thing when you click it can be a "huge extra cost", but I'm failing.
If Philips's answer is "we'd need to have 2 different apps for 2 different platforms", well duh - if they can't even do that they probably shouldn't be selling their app for both platforms in the first place.

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