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The essence of Agile is to do barely sufficient documentation so that you can get going and learn more. For your immediate purposes, you need the process flow/functionality for the classical windows app so draw this first. If you think there may be specifics that are different for the mobile flow, you can add this as you find them later on, or even add them ...


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I have found story maps are a useful way to help prioritise a team's work. The map allows you to categorise what is in each release and so order your product backlog. As such, I would suggest that combining both solutions on one map might be the better approach. If you do two separate maps then you will have to figure out how to prioritise across them. For ...


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This can be confusing because there is no authoritative body that sets terminology for Agile and, therefor, there is not "right" answer. But, these definitions and distinctions should be close. Roadmap The roadmap provides stakeholders with a view of how the product might roll out. Many teams do a planning that is longer out than a sprint but within about ...


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