Ask any 5 year old: Which is better? 5 pennies or 1 dime.
Any 5 year old will tell you the 5 pennies are better. There are MORE of them, of course. They don’t care that the dime is more expensive.
OK, now consider your software product. Which is better? 5 small features or 1 giant one? (assume the same proportions as the pennies/dime)
Surprisingly (or not), most companies think too logically. They think the 1 giant feature is better than the 5 small ones. They are wrong. People will always enjoy a long series of little improvements over one big honking feature.
According to the 80/20 principle, 80% of all of the users time is spent on 20% of the functionality. Giving them another big thing to use misses the point; that is giving them more stuff in the 80% unused bucket. Rather, you should improve the 20% that they use all the time. They will love you for it.
I know that sometimes you need to build something big. Just balance that out with attention to the details. A bunch of minor improvements actually gets more love than one big improvement.