With feature toggling you can easily enable or disable certain features of your products. One common usage of it is as a kill switch: whenever your feature is not working as expected, you can quickly disable it without having to redeploy your application.
Also known as phased rollout, this technique allows your team to deliver higher quality features with minimum to no risks. You can gradually increment the percentage of users having access to a new feature, drastically mitigating the risk of finding out a bug when it's too late.
Create target groups and combine them to present the right feature to the right audience. Enable features based on custom properties, like location, date, or even the semantic version of the app being used. The possibilities are rather vast, and you can deliver your product's features to really fine grained target groups.
In order to achieve Continuous Delivery, development teams need to be able to ship at any given time. Quick Toggle gives you the means to achieve that without breaking anything. Push your code and "hide" it behind a feature toggle. No need anymore to keep your unfinished work in a long living feature branch.
Feature Toggles are powerful, and people frequently need to know what happened to their applications. If your system is malfunctioning, going to the logs or to your monitoring system might not be enough. Quick Toggle's audit logs give your team full visibility of what changes happened in your experiments. You can see when changes happened as well as who made them.
Quick Toggle's target groups and phased rollout features enable powerful yet simple experimentation setups. Along with your prefered tracking system, you can easily emulate A/B Tests and experiment with different variations of your products and functionalities, maximizing the impact and the results of every new release.