Definition of Acceptance Criteria:
The Acceptance Criteria are a set of conditions that the product must meet in order to satisfy the customer. The product owner writes statements from the customer’s point of view that show how a user story or feature should work. In order for the story or feature to be accepted it needs to pass theses criteria; otherwise, it fails.
Use of Acceptance Criteria:
Acceptance criteria should be written in clear, easy-to-understand language.
Benefits of Acceptance Criteria:
- Confirm when a user story is complete.
- Help the team understand the story/feature.
- Remove ambiguity from requirements.
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