When you buy an all-in-one product, don’t complain about the bloat. You signed up for it.

Most of the buttons clogging up your view and confusing your team were added for someone. Most of them just weren’t for you. This is the inevitable result of all-in-one products trying to please everyone.

Those unused features don’t come for free. Your payment subsidises their development and your user experience is taxed by their presence.

You don’t need them. Even if your just-in-case-syndrome colleague thinks otherwise.