All about Definition of Done

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What is the Definition of Done?

Definition of Done, also abbreviated as DOD, is a set of terms that needs to be finished before a task or backlog is considered to be completed. This set of terms is established in advance by the product owner, scrum master, and the development team. 

When Definition of Done is used consistently, it serves as a boundary between tasks in progress and tasks that are complete. A common understanding of the ethics of the product to secure the quality, is established by the Definition of Done. 

In Scrum framework, it is common to label tasks as epic, user story, backlogs, and features to understand the criteria of each task. When Definition of Done is successfully implemented, it gives a higher speed to the development team. 

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Q: What is the meaning of DoD in scrum?

A: Definition of Done, also abbreviated as DOD, is a set of terms that needs to be finished before a task or backlog is considered to be completed. This set of terms is established in advance by the product owner, scrum master, and the development team. 

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