What is a Product Backlog in Scrum + FREE Product Backlog Template?

Product Backlog in Scrum

What is a Product Backlog in Scrum? The Product Backlog is an emergent, ordered list of what is needed to improve the product.

It is sometimes referred to as a to-do list and is considered an ‘artifact’ within the scrum software development framework.

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In this video, we will talk about:
1. What is a product backlog in scrum?
2. How do you write a product backlog in scrum?
3. What does the product backlog contain?
4. What is the difference between scrum backlog and product backlog?
5. Examples of Product Backlog in Scrum.

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00:00 — What is a Product Backlog in Scrum?
00:24 — What does a Product Backlog contain?
01:24 — User Stories in Product Backlog
02:15 — Identifying User Stories in Product Backlog with a unique identifier
02:54 — User Stories Prioritization with Stakeholders
04:17 — Understanding the reasons why a User’s Storie has a certain priority.
05:13 — Start Planning using priorities as your reference points
05:19 — Moving selected User Stories from Product to Sprint Backlog
05:35 — The Product Owner is responsible for creating and prioritizing user stories and changing the Product Backlog Items

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