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User Story Mapping
Make the most of the two-way integration with Jira and upload any work item directly to your board. Mark dependencies, change the statuses, and see how everything updates automatically on both instances — Whiteboards and Jira.
Prepare new product roadmaps while being concentrated on your goals and objectives.
Ask your teammates how they feel about the last Sprint and what actions could make their work environment more positive.
Discover what your employees missed, liked, experienced, and wished for during the Sprint.
Take turns typing down one question and asking your colleagues to give an honest answer about what went good and wrong during the last Sprint.
Run a slow-paced retro to find out what your teammates think about the last Sprint, how the work went, and what could be improved.
Frame your discussion around the emotional journey of your team members to improve team morale and job satisfaction.
Decide together with your team which actions you should start, stop, or continue doing during your next Sprint.
Analyze your projects and assign pluses to methods that worked well or deltas to things that you could improve.
Import epics on your board, break them into stories and assign them to specific teammates. Work on objectives, risks, and solutions.
Align all of your teams on goals, milestones, and upcoming releases and plan out how your product or services will evolve.
Prioritize all action items cumulated in your backlog and plan out the tasks your team should work on next.
Start mapping out user stories and prioritize product releases within minutes.