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Estimate
(Story
Points) User Story Title Acceptance Criteria Current Sprint Point Capacity u on Name
Start date
End date Points
Assigned Value
Attributed ID 5′ 3 3 ;’ 37563383 E 8B$$E§QE$¥§E§R§ { p I Product Backlog Sprint Backlog S prints Plant Care Initiatives User Story Title Low-maintenance options As a potential customer, I want to Iind out which plants are easiest to care for so that I can purchase low-maintenance options. Acceptance Criteria u 1) Ability to sort plants by “beginner,"
“intermediate,” and "advanced" 2) Ability to search Ior plants with similar
care needs Plant Care Initiatives Plant Care lnltlatlves Plant care tips Plant care tools As a plant owner, I want to access care instructions
easily so that I can keep my plant alive longer. As a plant owner, I want to have the right tools to
care for my plant so that I can keep it healthy and
beautiful. 1) Receive plant care leallet with each
order 2) Option to sign up for monthly emails
with seasonal care tips 1) Can purchase plant care starter kits (for
l’erns, succulents. vines. etc.)
2) Option to buy partial kits or single tools Plant Care lnltlatlves Watering reminders As a plant owner. I want to remember when to water
my plants so that I don’t under— or ovenuater them. 1) Option to sign up for reminder texts or
emails 2) Option to add reminder stickers for use
with calendars to each order Plant Care Initiatives Plant Care Initiatives Expert & advice Return policy As a plant owner, I want to get expert and
advice quickly so that I know what to do il my plant
gets sick. As a customer. I want a hassle-free way to return
my order so that I can be sure I have the right plant
for me. 1) Access to live chat support
2) Longer phone support hours 1) Credit and return FAQ linked on
homepage 2) All orders ship with return labels and
instructions Estimate (5t
Points) or” Value u Sprint a Estimate (Story
Epic
V
User Story Title
Story
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Acceptance Criteria
Value
Points)
V
Sprint
1) Ability to select from multiple tree
As a potential customer, I want to be able to select
species
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai Selection
from a variety of different Bonsai trees so that I can | 2) Options to sort by species, size, and
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pick the exact type I want.
care requirements
1) Can review graphic explaining packing
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai Shipping
As a customer, I want to know that my tree will be
and shipping process during checkout
shipped securely so that it arrives in good condition.
2) Signature required when a Bonsai
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shipment is received
1) Customers can visit a guide to different
As a new Bonsai tree owner, I want to learn about
styles (formal & informal upright, broom,
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai Styles
different Bonsai styles so I can decide which is right
cascade, etc.) on website
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for my tree.
2) Customers can take a quiz to match
their’ trees to suitable styles
1) Can sign up for "Bonsai Basics" online
course
As a Bonsai tree owner, I want to learn how to
2) Can sign up for intermediate styling
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai Techniques
shape and style my tree so that I can control its
course
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growth.
3) Can sign up for advanced techniques
online course
1) Option to purchase Bonsai starter kits
(shears, wire, mesh, fertilizer, etc.)
As a Bonsai tree owner, I want to have the right
available for purchase
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai Tools
tools to care for my tree so I can shape and style it |2) Customers can choose from a selection
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properly.
of premium tools (grafting knives, carving
tools, root hooks, etc.)
1) Can purchase booklet on the history of
As a Bonsai tree owner, I want to learn about the
Bonsai in Japan
Bonsai Trees
Bonsai story
Bonsai history and traditions so that I can better
2) Can purchase booklet Bonsai and
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appreciate my tree.
Japanese design First, go to the tab. To add the points capacity: Find the section (toward the right side of the sheet). Under the column, add the total number of Story Points your team expects to complete in the upcoming Sprint. Now it’s time to assign Product Backlog items to your Sprint Backlog. Your goal is to maximize value and velocity without going over the team’s points capacity. If an item puts the team over 60 points, skip that one and add the next item that fits within the remaining capacity. Remember that you should focus on the Plant Care Initiatives epic first. You can include items from the Bonsai Trees epic if you have extra capacity. To add items to your Sprint Backlog: Go to the tab. Find the column header and click the dropdown arrow. Select This will bring the items with the highest value to the top. Assign Backlog items to the Current Sprint using the dropdowns in the column. When selecting stories for the Sprint, start at the with the highest value items. Then assign items down the list until the number of Story Points assigned matches the team’s expected capacity. If you’re using Google Sheets, the Backlog items you assigned to the Current Sprint will automatically populate in the tab. The total number of Story Points from these items will appear next to . The total value will appear next to . Check to make sure the number of Story points assigned fits the capacity for the Current Sprint. If the number is above or below capacity, try reassigning the Product Backlog items as needed. Once you are satisfied with your Sprint Backlog, skip to . If you’re using Excel, you will need to move the Product Backlog items to the Sprint Backlog manually: In the tab, select the dropdown at the top of the column. Then choose to group the Current Sprint items together. ghlight the Current Sprint items, making sure to include all the cells from the column to the column. Paste the cells into the tab. The total number of Story Points from these items will appear in the section next to .  The total value will appear next to . Check to make sure the number of Story points assigned fits the capacity for the Current Sprint. If the number is above or below capacity, try reassigning the Product Backlog items as needed. Go back to the tab. For any items that didn’t fit into the Current Sprint, select from the dropdown. Keep in mind that there is more than one right way to build a Backlog. There could be project needs or dependencies that cause the Product Owner to make adjustments. Your team will continue to iterate and complete Sprint Planning throughout the life cycle of the project.

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