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Card sorting

Closed card sorting

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When planning a new product release or optimizing an existing one, closed card sorting can help you gather valuable insights into how users perceive the importance of various features.

By asking participants to categorize cards into 'high priority,' 'medium priority,' or 'low priority,' you can structure your approach to feature prioritization. In this scenario, closed card sorting is ideal for ensuring that features align with user expectations and needs. Explore this usability technique to enhance your product development process.

Learn more about card sorting in our card sorting guide.

This template will help you discover

  • Which product features are perceived as high, medium, or low priority by your users, guiding your development roadmap.

  • How your users prioritize features, helping you align your product with their needs and expectations.

  • A clear direction for your product development efforts by identifying essential features that require immediate attention.

  • The overall user experience by focusing on the features that matter most to your target audience, increasing user satisfaction.

How to use this template

  1. Click on the "Use this template" button and log in to your Lyssna account. Don't have an account yet? Start exploring with a free plan.

  2. Modify the test to suit your needs.

  3. Preview your test or press save and continue to recruit your participants.

  4. Set your test live and wait for your results!

Frequently asked questions

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