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Last Updated Dec 19, 2011 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Feature Groups vs. Epics in VersionOne

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Great Twitter question this morning from @paulambro, Paul Ambro / software engineering manager and agile practitioner:"Why use Feature Groups instead of Epics in VersionOne?" I checked with our product specialists and 'Survey Says': You should use Feature Groups to categorize the work you are delivering for agile reporting and tracking (specific reports and filtering on Feature Groups).  Use Epics to decompose the work within a Feature Group. For more info, check out this Knowledge Base article on the difference between Goals, Epics and Feature Groups.Great question, Paul; thanks for asking!

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