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Agile Workbench

Updated on January 3, 2022

Agile Workbench is a tool for project stakeholders that captures real-time feedback about your application and tracks feature development. By managing feedback and development status directly in your application, you can make application development more efficient.

You provide feedback by creating a work item that is a user story, a bug, or a feedback item. Your feedback can contain videos, annotated screen captures, file attachments, or URLs. Project stakeholders can view, update, and triage the work items that you create. When you use Agile Workbench to create features, you can associate each feature with a work item to establish traceability from requirement to implementation. You can also configure Agile Workbench to integrate with Pega Agile Studio so that bugs and stories are synchronized between the two systems. Within each work item, you can communicate with other team members and stakeholder by using Pulse for transparent and efficient application development.

The following figures show the Stories tab of Agile Workbench and an interface that you use to create a bug. The interface is unified for all work items.

Agile Workbench and a sample bug form
Agile Workbench populated with user stories and a sample bug.

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