Releases in scrum Releases are created by a product owner and contain user stories, sometimes from multiple products, that form the release backlog. A release is bounded by start and end times and is used to organize the effort of the release teams working on user stories. Typically, the product owner creates the release teams and decides when the release is complete enough for delivery to a customer. A release can use multiple teams. Prerequisites Before attempting to create a release, make sure you have created the appropriate stories and scrum tasks and associated them with one or more products. Create a release in scrumUsers with the scrum_product_owner and scrum_release_planner roles can create releases. Managing teamsThe SDLC Scrum Process allows you to manage team resources easily.Create a teamHow to create a team and add individual members.Assign members of a group to a teamHow to assign members of a group to a team.Add team membersUse this option to move all members from one team to another for a particular release.Release planning and progressUse the planning board to perform release planning activities, such as moving stories from a product backlog to a release backlog and from a release backlog to a sprint backlog.