Assistive features are generally enabled for all features for which an assistance interface is available or implemented. While the number of assistance-capable features continues to grow, meaningful quantification of their utility to the user is not taken into account when deciding which of the features ought to be prioritized. This disclosure describes techniques to prioritize and select from available assistive features, and enable the selected features for a user in a given context. With permission from the user, a centralized model is provided with the set of available assistance-capable features. The model is applied to prioritize and select the assistive features that are enabled.

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