User Stories - User stories are best used to succinctly describe what value a Feature delivers to a user. User stories focus on what motivates the user, making them intrinsically more user-centered in how we think about product features.
Job Stories - Job stories are best used to describe how the Feature should work. Job stories provide more context than user stories by articulating a situation in which the user experiences the Feature.
Here are some examples to emphasize the difference:
User Stories commonly have a one-to-many relationship with Job Stories. Best practice is to minimize the number of Job Stories to increase the probability of completion in a single sprint.
A User Story and its associated Job Stories are listed together as Stories in Backlogs. Stories should include:
Definition of Done
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