Stop worrying about writing perfect users stories. As @jeffpatton writes in User Story Mapping, stories are meant to be told, not written.— Jim Constant (@TheAgilePO) May 28, 2014
"stories aren't a different way to write requirements, they're a different way to work!" @jeffpatton pic.twitter.com/cT91mB2ERe— Andy de Vale (@andydevale) October 30, 2018
@jmbeas @jeffpatton @david_caicedo http://t.co/nZu7d99Va2http://t.co/pcRLrNfs48— Ron Jeffries (@RonJeffries) May 23, 2015
Key point: User Stories are TOLD, not written.
Agile stories don't rely on the document as the primary mechanism for building shared understanding, they rely on the story telling. https://t.co/j735QrOCE9— Jeff Patton (@jeffpatton) October 27, 2016
"We don’t need an accurate document, we need a shared understanding." - @jeffpatton— Rich Rogers (@RichRogersIoT) April 18, 2018
As an author of the Agile Manifesto— Ron Jeffries (@RonJeffries) April 7, 2016
I want that stupid story format to go away
So that people can get to the essence of user stories.
@keithb_b if your user story begins "As a", you haven't understood user stories.— Ron Jeffries (@RonJeffries) October 1, 2016