Feature flags are best known for their more short-term benefits, to reduce risk around releasing something new. However, there are many situations where feature flags are useful in the long-term.
For instance, companies can use LaunchDarkly to personalize user experiences across their entire platform, from web to mobile and even desktop. For example, a SaaS company can control their freemium vs premium features or a new user experience that’s different than a power user experience.
Companies can also use LaunchDarkly to cleanly sunset features and to enable or disable maintenance modes for their applications.