3 Levels of requirements in Agile development

Requirement levels

In Software Development Requirements have 3 levels:

Business requirements (Vision and Scope document)
User requirements (User Stories, Screnarios, Cases)
Specifications (Functional and nonfunctional requirements)

 

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