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Scrum ranking definitions

Scrum ranking definitions

Ranking definitions for user stories are part of the SDLC (Scrum Process) application.

These ranking definitions enable scrum users with the proper roles to rank related lists of stories in the these tables:
  • Product stories: Application Model [cmdb_application_product_model] table
  • Release stories: Release [rm_release] table
  • Sprint stories: Sprint [rm_sprint] table

Users can rank stories in the scrum planning board by priority. Story lists ranked in the planning board appear in the new order in product, release, and sprint forms. Stories ranked in one of these scrum forms changes the order in the planning board.

Story points for each story are listed in a ranked view, which is useful for prioritizing stories.
Figure 1. Ranking story points
Ranking story points

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