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1. Typically should regular "assignment groups" be created for security roles and add users to those groups and then create an Agile group and then add people from different Assignment Groups (to inherit the specific roles) to a separate Agile Group for the purpose of adding the Agile Group to stories?
 
2. It appears we can add different scrum roles to users within the same Agile Group, what is the purpose of this? Typically do Agile Groups have a mix of scrum roles or is it multiple people with the same role?

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1. Typically should regular "assignment groups" be created for security roles and add users to those groups and then create an Agile group and then add people from different Assignment Groups (to inherit the specific roles) to a separate Agile Group for the purpose of adding the Agile Group to stories?
 
- A group of type Agile Team can be created and group members can be added to it. For each group member, the default number of story points that a member completes in a sprint can be defined. Yes, agile groups should be created to work on Agile Module objects.
 
2. It appears we can add different scrum roles to users within the same Agile Group, what is the purpose of this? Typically do Agile Groups have a mix of scrum roles or is it multiple people with the same role?
 
- The purpose is so the members can have different roles to different jobs. It is completely dependent on the use case for the organization and the business requirements of the organization to determine the roles provided.

 

 

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Last Updated:2018-08-23 05:56:19
Published:2018-08-23