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A title must be precise. The simpler the better. The prefix phrases like 'As a user', 'As a system administrator', 'As a business owner', 'As a developer' etc. are best suited for describing the acceptance criteria of the story. A simple title will make the story easy to refer to or look up.


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I agree with what the other answers has commented: The title should be descriptive to know in a glance what will happen when the story is released. I would like to add some advice I use to write it, and it's use "When released, this story will...", as follow: "When released, this story will... " > "Send an email to Service Delivery when the order is ...


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TL;DR Titles should be short and pithy, but meaningful. Think of them as communications shorthand that give the team a handle to refer to, not as lengthy descriptors. The story labels should make it easy to differentiate stories from one another. Effective Story Titles What constitutes a good or bad title will vary a lot based on your organization and ...


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It doesn't really matter. Just do what seems suitable for your processes. In my experience, if you are using an electronic board, the "As a user I want" phrase will be too long to be shown directly on the board and get truncated to a meaningless "As a user I want to..." (or slightly longer, but not long enough to really tell what the stories are about). In ...


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