Functional Requirements Document

The next step is to build a functional requirements document from all this information and the user requirements. The functional requirements document encapsulates everything in the user stories and the meeting notes. In the case of our CyberCinema site, the core of this document must be the abstract requirements, which might look something like this:

Reviewers must be able to write reviews.
Reviews can contain normal text features such as bold, italic, and underline.
Reviews can include headings to delineate one section of a review from another.
In reviews, actor names, movie names, and director names must be links to a search facility of some kind.
Reviews can contain links to other reviews. ...

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