User Story Estimation Techniques in Agile

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  27. Jamel says:

    After a user story is scheduled, the actions or steps necessary to provide the story s value are identified. These actions are recorded in CA Agile Central by creating tasks . Tasks also contain fields to estimate and track effort, but the measurement values are different.

  28. Steve says:

    An estimate is a recorded measurement of the effort necessary to complete a user story . When you estimate stories, you estimate as a team. Collaborative estimation ensures that every member of the team is committed to the work being planned. Cross-functional dependencies, potential issues, and strengths that accelerate progress may be uncovered through team estimation.

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  30. Mike says:

    Hi, this is great article and the approach is interesting. But the question is, what if we don’t know the velocity of the team yet and client asks how much time the project implementation will take us and what would be the cost? Also should we also estimate the time used for building product backlog and writing user stories? Thanks!

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