This requirements specification template helps with describing high-level needs of product stakeholders as agile user stories.
User stories are simple statements formulated according to the following structure: “As a <type of user>, I want <some goal>, so that <some reason>.”
You can specify user stories describing functionality of the product grouped into epics for easier navigation in the document.
You can also identify constraints addressing non-functional requirements about product performance, accuracy, portability, reusability, maintainability, interoperability, availability, usability, security and capacity and specify them in the same form as the user stories.
If you create a new document from this template (see Requirements Projects > Set up Projects > Create Documents) then the application displays detailed guidance in the Instructions pane:
|Id||id||Unique identifier within the document|
|Heading||heading||Short name of the user story|
|As a(n)||asAn||Type of user|
|I want to||iWant||Goal of the user story|
|So that||soThat||Reason the user story|
|Acceptance Criteria||acceptanceCriteria||More details how the story should be verified and providing the basic criteria that can be used to determine if a story is fully implemented|
|Priority||priority||Priority assessment of the user story — High, Medium, or Low|
|Risk||risk||Risk assessment of the user story — High, Medium, or Low|
|Estimation||estimation||The relative user story complexity, effort or duration estimated by story points|
|Status||status||Status of the user story supporting your workflow|
|Type||type||Type of the document object — Section, Information, Epic, User Story or Constraint|