Scenarios are a particularly interesting topic, and product managers must have a deep understanding of the concept of scenarios. The scene is the place that reflects the user's value. It is not only a testing ground for needs, but also a training ground for experience. It is very fatal to talk about user value out of the scene, which will lead to your insight into the needs, which may be wrong, and the products you make may also be castles in the air. To give a very vivid example: if I compare traffic to people, the scene should be a hotel, a hotel, a gas station, not a toll booth, a ticket office, etc. why? Because we hardly stop at toll booths and ticket offices. To judge whether this scene is effective and valuable, it depends on whether this scene has the function of precipitating users.
As we said earlier, the essence of traffic is time, so the scene corresponds to a container of time. It must be a container that allows users telemarketing list to stay in it and consume time in it, not just a simple filter. It's over. Why is the value of the house so high? Because it is the largest time container for everyone every day, in which life, feelings, work and memories are deposited. With the advancement of technology, the time container of the scene will also change to varying degrees. The new container may be larger than before, which can accumulate more user time, just like the current smartphone. Some old containers can no longer settle for time, and they are gradually marginalized. This is a process of popularizing a new container to an old container. Just like the previous blog and space. With time, we create a container for time to precipitate.