Backlog

Are you studying for your PMP exam? Here is a must to know definition for you.

The  Backlog in product development is a list of user-centric requirements.

It’s an organized list, but not just any list, it also prioritizes requirements

Here’s the breakdown:

– It’s ‘user-centric’, meaning it’s all about what the users need or want.

– The team keeps adding to this list as new ideas or requirements pop up.

– Most importantly, it’s ordered, which means the most crucial tasks are at the top.

Essentially, the backlog serves as a strategic guide, directing the team on which aspects to tackle next to enhance the product in a way that resonates with its users.

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