If you’re a human, you know how lists can be boring. Usually we love lists but not the long type ones. We usually can’t remember beyond the first few items.
It is also true that people don’t succeed in one-dimensional monochrome information.
In Scrum teams It’s very common to ear: “Put in the backlog”.
What’s the meaning of that?
Basically, it is “This stuff will never be done”.
My advice is to use a Problem Board, where you divide the notes by category of work, not all the work.
You just need to follow 3 easy steps.
1. Identify the business problem that you are trying to solve, or the goal that you are trying to achieve.
2. Define a metric that describes how you can really solve the problem.
3. Establish the features that can help you solve.
In Agile community It’s natural to think that adding to the backlog is the easiest thing to do.
It isn’t. That’s a myth.