During a sprint review, I watched Alvin enter a whole lot of data, close the form, click ‘ok’ and then lose all his work. Grrr!
Let’s change the OK button!
Figure 1: The default OK button tend to lead people not save the changes
The default ‘OK’ button led me to not save the changes. Which was very confusing!
On the other hand, most apps have the default button as Save the changes (e.g. Microsoft Word).
That is much more user-friendly.
Figure 2: The default button always saves the changes
This is important and in my opinion, I hope Microsoft fix this to make more sense.
Less noise – more value 😊
+ I’d like a 3rd graph for Business Value – see https://rules.ssw.com.au/do-you-estimate-business-value
Figure: Can you hide the 4 settings under the Setting Cog… and instead show the “Average Points”
I have 5 tabs open for the projects I am the Scrum Master or Product Owner of…
It would help to visually identify it with the logo or maybe I would put a picture of the Product Owner.
Figure: Allow me to put the product logo here