Product Requirements Document

You should always remember that a PRD is ever-changing and evolving, but the initial phase is always the most important one.
Get ideas down on paper; actually, get more ideas than you really need.
It is far better to have too many details in a PRD, then not enough.
In this instance, I’m going to describe how I took a PRD, wrote it, shaped it, and detailed out use-cases extensively to create a thorough PRD.

First, set the objective of the PRD. Describe what you want the product to do. Do not dig too deep into how you want it to function, but more about how you want the end-result to function. Be brief, again, not too deep.

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