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Enhancement requests in Agile Development

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Enhancement requests in Agile Development

Users with a special, non-scrum role can create enhancement requests within the Agile Development application. A scrum product owner reviews these requests and decides whether to create one or more user stories.

Scrum users with the proper roles can edit and manage the stories and their backlogs from the Stories related list in the Enhancements form. A user without a scrum role who submits an enhancement request cannot see other Agile Development modules or the stories attached to the enhancement request.

Create an enhancement request

Create an enhancement request before creating stories.

Procedure

  1. Navigate to Agile Development > Enhancements.
  2. Complete the form and adjust the priority if necessary.
  3. If possible, select an assignment group and assign a user.
  4. Click Submit.

Result

Several related lists appear on the form, including one for stories.

Create a story from an enhancement

The scrum product owner reviews enhancement requests and decides which ones require stories.

  1. Navigate to Agile Development > Stories > Create New.
  2. Complete the form using the procedure for creating stories in scrum.
  3. Select the Related Records tab.
  4. Click the magnifier icon in the Enhancement field and select the request for this story.
  5. Click Submit.

View stories from the enhancement request

You can use the Enhancement request as an entry point into the Agile Development application and manage story elements with the Scrum Process Flow.

The platform conceals stories in the related list from users without a scrum role.

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