What is Backlog?
Backlog refers to a list of tasks to be completed. Listing is given priority and ideally, tasks will be completed in the order listed.
A backlog is a list of tasks needed to support a larger strategic plan, including features, updates to existing features, bug fixes, UX debt, or other activities - that a team will be able to complete a project. is intended. For example, in the context of product development, there is a priority list of items. The product team agrees to work further on these projects. Typical items on the Product Backlog include user stories, changes to existing functionality, and bug fixes.
Product Backlog Items (PBIs) represent the valuable increments of potentially shippable work. PBIs can be written as tasks, user stories, use cases, or other tasks. A PBI should have the following four attributes: description, order, estimate, and value.