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GitScrum User Stories

User stories should be clear and use a non-technical language

The idea is that, after reading a user story, the team will understand the purpose of their work and what value is created by each activity performed.

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User Story in organizing your Team’s Work

A user story usually follows this structure:

As a [persona] I want to [do something/get something] so then I can [get something/accomplish something]

Verbal Communication
User stories also emphasize verbal rather than written communication. They encourage conversation, face to face discussions as opposed to document handoffs.
Planning Details
User stories encourage you to postpone details until you have a better understanding of what you really need. This avoids unnecessary detailed planning.
User stories help in Agile Scrum
User stories bring clarity about the needs of the key stakeholders. Usually stakeholder groups consist of a big number of people.

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