Rewording the “want to” phrase as the “so that” phrase

“As a user, I want to be able to access my client list so that I can view my client list.”

Getting to the value part of the user story right is often tricky. Without proper analysis you can easily end up with a story that describes what you are building, rephrased in 2 different ways, without answering the “why.” In the user story example above, it doesn’t describe why the user wants to view the client list. Making sure that there is an answer to the “Why?” is important.  ~ Sprintly

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Author: hadriansagilewall

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