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How do product managers use a backlog in agile software development? (as written by OpenAI ChatGPT)

Here’s another video script generated by ChatGPT. Pretty good, huh?

Here’s the transcript it made:

Product managers use a backlog to prioritize and plan the development of a product. The backlog is a list of features, tasks and issues that need to be addressed in order to improve the product. The product manager is responsible for maintaining the backlog and ensuring that it accurately reflects the current priorities and needs of the product team.

The backlog is often organized into different categories, such as high priority items that need to be addressed immediately. And lower priority items that can be tackled later on by regularly reviewing and updating the backlog. The product manager can help the team stay focused on the most important work and ensure that the product is being developed in a way that aligns with the overall goals and objectives of the organization.

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