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How many months should we track and collect data before analyzing it after rolling out a new feature?

Important question! I'm going to start with the typical UX designer's answer: It depends. Some thoughts to help you come to a decision: initial reactions to changes (be it "uuh, shiny" or &...
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How many months should we track and collect data before analyzing it after rolling out a new feature?

Track and collect data continuously. Note any seasonal shifts. For when to measure and report out again, Nielsen/Norman group bases its recommendation on how frequently your product is accessed: ...
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Are UX Designers transitioning to be Product Designers though by definition both mean different?

Yes, you're observing a real trend in the tech industry. The lines between the roles of UX Designers and Product Designers are indeed blurring. While traditionally UX Designers focused mainly on user ...
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Why Zoom doesn't give join from browser option by default?

Why Zoom doesn't give join from browser option by default? Probably because they want you to use their desktop app. Why's that? That needs some speculation, for which I'll step back a little. The ...
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"Sort by" filter dropdown design issue with multiple options

Google Drive provides a helpful design pattern. The sort parameter and the direction of sorting (ascending/ descending) appear in two adjacent dropdowns. So, if my default sort is "filename + asc&...
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How many months should we track and collect data before analyzing it after rolling out a new feature?

I think there are some things to consider. Collecting data is trivial (you already said you'll use GA). You won't need to save anything; data is in the cloud, so you can generate reports as needed. ...
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