Backlog

Meaning & Definition

A product backlog is an integral component of the product development cycle; it is a prioritized list of product features that leads from the product’s vision to a final release. It is a strong tool as it translates a high-level vision into the operational specifics of developing a product. The product backlog will never be complete since it is always evolving and improving.

The following elements are included in a product backlog:

  • Product features (Example, the formats of user stories, descriptions of needed functionality)
  • Various Bugs
  • gaining knowledge (Example, upgrades of workstations)
  • Work on technical aspects (Example, Useful research)

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