agile planning and prioritization in user story mapping

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Using a problem based approach to assign priority One of the biggest steps after you’ve planned and mapped out your product is the prioritization phase. This is crucial to agile planning. The prioritization phase refers to when team members vote and organize which stories. Ordering the stories should be done by the most important features to get the product to market …


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You can tag team members in board comments and card comments. Do so by opening up the Conversation panel in the drawer, or by opening up a card and leaving a comment in the discussion. Tag your teammates by using the ‘@’ character followed by their user name. For example, ‘@Iman Tucker’ If you are tagged, you will see a …

Change Board Colors

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You can change the background color of your board. You can choose from a Light or Dark theme, or select from a handful of colors. To change the background color of your board: Head up to the setting icon within your board In the the settings page, you will see a section labeled Board Color You can select between: Light, …

How to Make a Mind Map

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Mind mapping is quick way of getting information out of from your brain and in front of your team. Mind Mapping is a unique solution to map out the ideas and connect thoughts.

cardboard connections

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Card Connections in a CardBoard are an additional way to increase shared understanding. Card Connections allow you to connect arrows to cards to create dependencies or adds additional template options in CardBoard such as mind maps, flow charts, strategic planning templates, etc. How to Create Card Connections To create a connect line, place at least two cards onto your board.  …

Collapsing and Expanding Horizontal Dividers

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Horizontal dividers can be used for many things within CardBoard. One of which is for slicing out release to prioritize tasks and establish an MVP (Minimum Viable Product).

Webinar: Introduction to User Story Mapping | How to build a User Story Map

Adam Scroggin CardBoard CEO | User Story Mapping

Building products can be tough, the proper planning can ensure your products are their best. In this webinar CardBoard CEO, Adam Scroggin, breaks down the concepts and methods behind User Story Mapping and how it can help your business reach its’ goals. Previously recorded on 2/19/2020. You can watch here: If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to reach out …

How any business can benefit from User Story Mapping

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If you were to do a Google search on the term User Story Mapping you might be led to believe that the theory and practice for is reserved for technology experts and those involved in software.  However, User Story Mapping as a way of thinking can be used across all business structures. The only requirement is that an individual takes the time to learn the process …

4 Tips for Better Collaboration

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Working with teams can be highly rewarding, yet extremely challenging. Collaboration is fundamental piece to scaling business and building the best products on the market, in the least amount of time. We’ve gathered feedback from experts within the agile community to come up with 4 tips for better collaboration. 1. Visualize your projects Have you even tried to plan a …

What Makes a Great Scrum Master?

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Managing your team and being the voice of accountability is tough. Being a great scrum master is even more challenging. What does it take to be a GREAT scrum master?