Scrum Board

Scrum Boards are borrowed from the Kanban framework. It refers to a physical (white board) or virtual board divided into columns that show every flow of the production. The board usually contains at least 3 columns, To Do, In Progress, and Done (columns like code review or testing can be added to suit the business needs). The difference between Kanban Boards and Scrum Boards is essentially the presence of sprints in Scrum. For Scrum Boards, only the user stories selected for the sprint will be displayed on the board and the goal at the end of the sprint is to have all the sprint’s user stories in the Done column. The board is displayed in the Team room for anyone to see the project work and its status.

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