Author: Strategic Services Team
Azure DevOps can help you successfully manage a project. This blog highlights its many useful views including Work Items, Boards, Backlogs, Sprint, and more!
Once you have picked a process template, decided to use area paths, and set up your sprints and schedule, then it’s time to set up your team and their capacity.
Once you've chosen your process template and area paths, it's time to set up your sprints! See how to create them, name them, and share them with your team.
Most business analysts aren't even aware that the Area Path feature exists within Azure DevOps. Here's what it is and how it can be used.
Azure DevOps includes 4 basic Process/System Templates to choose from. This is one of the first steps in setting up your system. But which one is right for you?
Two more great ways of splitting User Stories is by watching for vague, general, or generic words - plus identifying must-have aspects of the User Story.
Two more options for splitting agile user stories is by error handling and logic, as well as by creating multiple versions of an interface.
Two more options for splitting agile user stories is by conditional logic or words that combine conditions, and by doing one story that do most of the work.
Two more options for splitting agile user stories is by breaking out manual processes vs automated, and by starting with an empty set, then one, then many.
If getting real data is slowing you down, you can split your agile stories along the line of fake data (and hook into the real data later) and static data.