All of us know that mobile first approach is the way to go developing new applications. But there are few cases where this is possible. Often the customer already have a web application online, which should be made responsive to fit a tablet and a mobile view.
So now we have a web site that needs to be responsified, often packed with information and features that make a whole web application. It's just so common that everything can't go in tablet view end even fewer items on mobile view.
How do we determine which features go where? The customer has a clear opinion, which need to be taken into account. The users have their different views on things dependent on what they use the web app for. Looking into web analytics we can see patterns of actions that stick together and which features are used the most.
Following just one of these demands, analytics or opinion will most likely fail. So the answer is probably a combination of the above. So that's why I'm asking how do we Determine which features not to show in responsive designs non-full site view?