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Sprint no. :🥁 What went right😢 What went wrong
🧠 What did we learn?
✅ Action Items
A sprint retrospective is a great way for your team to reflect on the previous sprint, the work that was done, the goals achieved, and generate ideas for improvement.
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🥁 New Stuff
🐞 Bug Fixes
Product & Engineering
Drive Feature Awareness. Increase Customer Adoption.
Describe the bugA clear and concise description of what the bug is <add priority and track progress in tasks view>
Expected BehaviourExplain what was supposed to happen
ScreenshotsIf applicable (simply drag and drop)
Additional ContextAny additional things that might help gain context of the bug.
Product & Engineering
Bring standardisation to your Bug Reporting Process
Designs: linked here
Please check here for the expected experience, and match to what you see in your testing
Feature Breakdown (overview for customer-facing teams)
Where to test: [link to your product]Testing instructions (include video recording):
What to look out for when testing:
Where to report issues: [link to external spreadsheet or other bug reporting system]
QA start: MM/DD
QA end: MM/DD
Release date: MM/DD
For successful & efficient QA process
Project SummaryKeep everyone on the same page by adding a quick summary about this launch here.
Work with QA by giving a demo and helping them update pages for the feature.
Set the release type for relevant platforms.
Community & marketing
Demo of new feature
Written help guides
Update the What’s New page
Are we updating socials?
Growth & analytics
How do we track metrics?
What valuable questions can we ask about this feature?
Ensure nothing slips through cracks for your next Lauch!
IntroductionPlan how the interviewer is going to handle the introduction part and get to know the user’s background.
QuestionsCompile your primary list of questions to be asked at the interview.
What if ScenariosDiscuss the users’ predictions for ideal scenarios or future predictions.
ConclusionWrap things up and discuss anything that was not yet covered.
Cheatsheet for User Research Interview & Follow-ups
Description: What is it?
Problem: What problem is this solving?
Why: How do we know this is a real problem and worth solving?
Success: How do we know if we’ve solved this problem?
Audience: Who are we building for?
What: Roughly, what does this look like in the product?
How: What is the experiment plan?
When: When does it ship and what are the milestones?
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Product Overview 👀Provide a brief summary covering what your product/feature is
Product Objectives 🎯What does your product do? How should it be used?
Product Features 🧩Describe the different features or elements of your product and how to use them.
DescriptionAdd your code snippets
Give everyone in-depth details of how the product works!