Project Brief with Jira
The Project Brief is designed to include an entire Product Story in a single doc.
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Lane Shackleton
The Project Brief is designed to include an entire Product Story in a single doc - from brainstorming, to task tracking, to having a retrospective. This doc grows as the project does, with users adding their own sections, views, and content as they see fit. This is the template we use at Coda to begin our projects, with some added content to show an example of what it could look like filled in.

Many of our customers run eng execution on
product. We've extended our basic template to show how you can set up a Zapier integration to bring data from Jira into Coda. We cover this in
section. For more detailed instructions on how to get started with Coda on Zapier, check out these
.


Idea

[Concise explanation of the idea (ideally include a rough sketch)]

Alignment

[How does this initiative tie to broader team or company goals?]

Problem

[What's the underlying problem we've observed? Key examples to demonstrate?
How will this create value for our customers?]

User-based job or tasks

[What should customer be able to do when this initiative is 'done?'
What job do we think we're solving?]

Measurement

[Can we validate or benchmark early in the process?
How are you going to test that we've enabled the user to do X?]

Non-goals

[What are the related goals we could do but are not going to?]

Time & Budget

[How long will this take? What resources will this take?]

Braintrust

[Who are the people in the company that you should look to for guidance or feedback?
How will you engage them in what you're building?]
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