With both no-code and low-code development, it’s recommended to start with the best practice of only creating apps to address a specific problem or opportunity. Identify areas of friction and pain for the app audience. Simplifying or eliminating redundant processes is a good example of this because addressing this type of problem can lead to significant time savings, which is beneficial to the business and the employee experience.
With a problem identified and an app concept developed, the next step is to work into a more rapid application development cycle, focusing on the main drivers of utility. Consider what is most important and useful to the end user, focus on delivering that functionality first. Don’t waste time on non-value-add feature functionality.