It takes the form of a list with everything needed to achieve a solution.
It records, tracks, and prioritizes remaining work items.
These items have the attributes of a description, an order, an estimation, and a value.
A backlog is never complete! It is dynamic and constantly changed to identify what makes a product appropriate, competitive, and useful.
Why use backlog management
Backlog Management aims to maximize the value of the product by adding, grooming, and prioritizing items within it.
How to manage a backlog?
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