Definition of Story Mapping:
Story mapping is a top-down visualization or roadmap method for the product backlog. The story map starts with a certain goal or functionality, which is then broken down into different user stories. A story map is created in tree format e.g. either physically, using post-its on a wall, or digitally.
Use of Story Mapping:
Story mapping gives the team and stakeholders a big picture view of the product backlog and the prioritized user stories that need to be completed.
Benefits of Story Mapping:
- Provides a visual and holistic overview of the backlog.
- Creates a shared understanding of the goals or functionality requirements.
- Reveals issues in product backlog.
- Increases value for customers.
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