In this installment, we explore one of the most common difficulties of agile teams: Backlog overflow and the struggle to the maintain a mostly flat backlog.
Instead of creating story maps the old-fashioned way - offline on a physical board - learn which capabilities Story Mapping for Jira provides to bring your user story maps closer to your actual work.
Atlassian Jira has been used by software teams around the world for decades - and with growing demand for digital task management solutions that integrate well, teams have found that they can use Jira for even more disciplines in product or service delivery. One of these is the portfolio management which can be done in Jira in various ways. Did you know you can use a tool as simple as a story mapping app to create a high level portfolio map across multiple projects? Let's take a look.
More than 200 companies are already using Story Mapping App, 2 months after we have made our first release in the Atlassian Marketplace. 🎉 In this series we want to show you how to do build a user story map in Jira from the ground up and which features of the Story Mapping App you can use to conduct a successful user story mapping session with your team.