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The T2L metric measures how quickly the teams can learn from actual users. It’s the time between the initial start of a changed or additional feature and the moment the team has learned from users. The shorter the T2L, the greater the learning speed.

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The T2L metric measures how quickly the teams can learn from actual users. It’s the time between the initial start of a changed or additional feature and the moment the team has learned from users. The shorter the T2L, the greater the learning speed.

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