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User Story Mapping
Estimate Jira backlog issues using t-shirt sizes and reach a consensus with all team members.
Estimate your Jira backlog issues effortlessly with story point table.
Plan your Sprints with precision by prioritizing tasks on a digital whiteboard and holding regular meetings in the same virtual space.
Groom your backlog by checking how much effort it will cost and how much value it will bring back to your organization.
Set aside redundant topics unrelated to the discussion by parking them in a virtual lot and returning to them on another occasion.
Map out what’s on your radar with your team and decide together which tasks you should focus on first.
Find connections between your concepts and ideas. Unify large amounts of Jira issues. Identify complex problems.
Prioritize your task on board according to their urgency and importance.
Review, discuss, and prioritize your backlog. Fully understand what is relevant and needs to be done.
Use the gamified technique to estimate your work and the efforts needed for user stories and tasks.
Prioritize all action items cumulated in your backlog and plan out the tasks your team should work on next.