Understanding product features play a paramount role in software product development. Ultimately, delivering these features according to the expectations create a superior recall and experience. With more and more product companies now practicing Agile, it is important for them to understand requirements clearly from all the concerned stakeholders.
A user story is a primary artifact which captures specifics of a software feature from an end user perspective. Writing a user story is essential, and at the same time, it is important to avoid pitfalls while writing user stories.
Below is an interesting infographic outlining seven common user story mistakes and how to overcome them. Read it on!