Best practices are key to standardizing processes and forecast accurate outcome to guarantee success.

Following are 10 common mistakes most teams make when using story points. Some of these mistakes come from personal experiences. We all learn from our mistakes, right?

Story Point provide accurate estimates and the flexibility to utilize resources in an efficient way. There are many benefits to using Story Point, out of which top five are mentioned below.

In order to manage story points in a Sprint, it is first crucial to understand the capacity.

A story point is a high-level estimation of complexity involved in completing a User story, not just amount of work.

Story Point is a unit of measure of work effort required to complete a product backlog item or any piece of work.

Story Points are high-level estimates of work effort involved in the User Stories. It is important to note that Story Points are based on work effort, not the amount of work.

Windows includes a Free screen capture or screenshot tool that is very useful.

There are four ways to take screenshots with the Windows Snipping Tool. We will go over each one of these options to explore what each functionality offers.

There is no option to assign a shortcut key to Snipping Tool form the Interface. To assign a key, follow the steps below:


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