What do you mean by my idea’s “key components”?

What do you mean by my idea’s “key components”?

When we talk about your idea’s “key components” we are referring the components that point out its “special sauce” — the features that make it stand out from the crowd.

These key features, combined, are what make your idea whole. If you were to create a list of your idea’s most important features, those would likely create its key components. Key components are what make your idea “your idea”, and not someone else’s.

Officially, the key components of your idea will add up to the claims of your patent, which are part of your patent specification. Click here to learn more about patent claims.


Can’t find the answer for your question?

Do you think we are missing out something? Let us know your questions!

Drop us an email or schedule a free call with us!


Search our FAQ to find more articles:


How does your pricing work? Are the prices yearly-monthly-one-time?

How does your pricing work? Are the prices yearly-monthly-one-time?

What do you mean when you say “we show your patent’s value to investors?”

What do you mean when you say “we show your patent’s value to investors?”