Workflow boards make it possible for the team to keep track of assignments to understand how goals and tasks are going. In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up an Azure DevOps Board with sprints, user stories, and tasks.
A workflow is the starting point for managing activities in software projects. Workflow boards make it possible for the team to keep track of assignments to understand how goals and tasks are going.
In this tutorial, I will explain how to set up an Azure DevOps Board withsprints, user stories, and tasks.
Visit https://dev.azure.com to register for a free Azure DevOps account, then add a new project called Floral Force.
Once our project is created, we’re redirected to the Overview section, which gives us a high-level view of the whole project.
We’ll see options on the left-hand side:
For this tutorial, we’ll focus on Boards only.
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