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In extreme programming user stories are used to make descriptions that can fit on a card, these descriptions usually consists of the user requirements. The general format for writing a user story usually looks something like this :  

  • first it has the person involve, usually written as;  As a( the role) 
  • Followed by the what you hope to achieve or can achieve; I want to/I can(Capability )
  • And lastly for what reason or the end result; So That( benefit ) 

Some examples include:

  1.  As a manager, I want to be able to view the status of ongoing work, so that I can plan when to deliver it to senior leadership.
  2.  As a manager, I want to be able to understand my employees progress, so that I can better give feedbacks on our success and shortcomings.
  3. As a lecturer, I want to be able to lecture effectively, so that my students can benefit maximally. 

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