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This post is from the Collabnet VersionOne blog and has not been updated since the original publish date.

Last Updated Sep 23, 2015 — Enterprise Agile Planning expert

Next Sprint Cut Line in the VersionOne TeamRoom Backlog Panel

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What does that line in the backlog list in your VersionOne TeamRoom™ represent? It's the next sprint cut line based on your team's average velocity and the prioritized backlog for your team.  It's also a great reason to make sure your backlog stories have estimates.  Check it out today.

Key Benefits:

  • Easy way to see upcoming sprint work
  • Uses the average velocity number to determine next sprint cut line
  • Helps team prioritize and plan the current and upcoming sprints

 

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