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Hello, I want to ask a question. I currently working as a dev team in a software project. So the project needs 2 different platforms (web and mobile).  Can we have the same scrum team or must split into two scrum team (one for mobile and one for web) ? FYI, The estimated to complete same feature is different in mobile and web. Thanks .

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Olá @Ann Maximo , se você irá iniciar o desenvolvimento de ambos juntos, não vejo necessidade de trabalhar com 2 times, pois eles estariam desenvolvendo o mesmo produto, porém com tecnologias diferentes, mas em relação a funcionalidades serão as mesmas, logo trabalharia com um time somente.

Hi @Ann Maximo  -- Welcome to the Atlassian Community!

How does your team do work for the two platforms and how do you release?  The way your team works determines ways you could organize/manage things.  Please talk to the team to see what they think.  For example...

  • When your team works together on both platforms, one team usually makes sense.  Release timing is less relevant.
  • When your team works like two teams (for the two platforms), two teams may make sense.  This also helps with independent release cycles by platform, as needed.
  • When your team has people who only work on one platform *and* people who work on both (e.g. UX), one team usually helps prevent overloading some people.
  • etc.


Best regards,


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