Actionable results

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Results that can be used to make specific and measurable improvements to a product or service. Actionable results are based on concrete data and feedback, rather than subjective opinions or assumptions. They provide clear and specific insights into areas that need improvement, and can be used to guide the development and testing process. Examples of actionable results include user test results, survey data, and bug reports. By collecting and analyzing actionable results, developers and product managers can make informed decisions about how to improve the product and increase user satisfaction