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Iterative or simplified


Iterative development is an Agile practice which refers the technique of developing and delivering functionality in incremental steps - iterations.

Iteration has fixed duration (usually 2-4 weeks) and it's recommended to have iterations of the same duration during the project. In AWT iterations are grouped into releases which allow to make longer-term plans for the project's functionality delivery.

If iterative development mode is turned, you can prioritize requirements, estimate and assign workload issues in particular backlog. To-do list also shows issues for particular backlog only.

  • Iterations-list


In simplified planning mode releases and iterations are not available and all requirements are kept in global project scope.

Simplified planning can be used for a tiny projects or some support-like projects which don't have iterations and work happens in constant flow.

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