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driep01 Absent Member.
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Themes and Features

Hallo,

 

I am new to Agile and new to HP Agile Manager.

 

I cannot figure out the difference or context of features and themes in Agile Manager.

 

What are the differences and where di each of the concepts fits in?

 

Regards,

 

Phlip Pretorius

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Batami Absent Member.
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Re: Themes and Features

Hi Philip,

Welcome to Agile Manager!

Themes and features can both help you organize your backlog items into areas of development.

 

Themes are your project's top-level objectives, or high-level functional areas. Themes can be further broken down into features, which are more specific functional areas in the product. You can group several features under a single theme, and break each feature down into user stories.

 

Here's an example:

If you are developing an online music store, you might have themes named: Music Store, BIlling Module, and Security Compliance

The Music Store theme might be broken down into the following features: Album Database, Song Playback, and Music Purchase

 

You can find more details about themes, features, and other Agile Manager entities in the Product Backlog section of the Help Center (Help > Help Center, or just click this link)

 

Batami

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