Creating and configuring our board

In this section, we're going to learn how to create and configure our board, and so we're going to talk about the following:

  • The differences between a virtual scrum board and an actual scrum board
  • The columns that represent workflow states, and how to modify a workflow
  • Swimlanes
  • Estimation options – time versus story points

Let's go ahead and go over to JIRA. We can see that we've actually taken the backlog items that were not in our ready sprint and pulled them into Sprint 0. This will eventually be the sprint that we'll put on our sprint board, but in the meantime, we have to get our board ready. In preparation for our sprint, we've assigned story point values to each of these stories. It is very important ...

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