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This is Wednesday again, and Weekly knowledge growth with Jira Guru!
Today's topic is "Sprint Planning"
Sprint planning, a core ceremony in Agile methodologies, is where the team collaborates to decide on the scope of work for the upcoming sprint. It’s a blend of strategy, foresight, and teamwork. In Jira, this process is facilitated with user-friendly interfaces, powerful tools, and intuitive features.
In Jira, sprint planning revolves around the 'Active Sprints' or 'Backlog' view, where the team's backlog items reside. It is here that product owners, along with the team, can prioritize, estimate, and assign user stories, tasks, or bugs to specific sprints. The drag-and-drop functionality allows easy movement of issues into the sprint, ensuring the team commits to just the right amount of work.
Before diving into sprint planning, preparation is key. A well-prepared backlog and clear understanding of the team's capacity can significantly streamline the planning process and lead to more successful sprints. Here's what you should focus on before the planning session begins:
Here's a step-by-step guide to get you started:
In Jira, the Sprint Report plays this crucial role, providing a visual and data-driven recap of the sprint's outcomes. Here's what you need to know about this invaluable feature:
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