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How to collect user goals using StoriesOnBoard AI
How to collect user goals using StoriesOnBoard AI

Learn how to collect user goals with StoriesOnBoard AI.

Tamás Párványik avatar
Written by Tamás Párványik
Updated over a week ago

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What is a user goal

User goals are high-level activities that the user wants to achieve by using the product. This helps you focus on "what the user wants" instead of dealing with "what the product could do."

💡 Tip - Learn more about User goals.

How to collect user goals with StoriesOnBoard AI

Collecting user goals with StoriesOnBoard AI is a simple and highly efficient process that can save a lots of time when a new project is initiated. To use StoriesOnBoard AI the functionality must be enabled on the workspace. To be able to collect user goals the product context form must be filled.

💡 Tip - Learn more about How to enable / disable StoriesOnBoard AI

Collect user goals on an empty story map

If you start with a new project from scratch, fill the product context form and follow the steps below to collect user goals using StoriesOnBoard AI:

  1. Make sure StoriesOnBoard AI is enabled on your workspace

  2. Create a story map

  3. Fill the product context form - Learn more.

  4. Create user goals

  5. Select user goals to be added to the backlog

To collect additional user goals open the AI menu and click on "Collect user goals". Then select which user goals you want to add to your backlog.

Hints

  • StoriesOnBoard AI always tries to determine the optimal size of a user goal and can adjust brainstormed goals to your needs if you request new goals after adding a few yourself.

  • Frequently repeated or common goals should be added by you: Sign up, manage profile settings, manage subscription, etc.

Collect user goals on an existing story map

You can also improve an existing solution with additional user goals using StoriesOnBoard AI. In this case you need to fill the product context form and follow the steps below to collect user goals using StoriesOnBoard AI:

  1. Open the story map

  2. Fill the product context form - Learn more.

  3. Select AI Assist menu

  4. Click to "Collect user goals"

  5. Select user goals to be added to the backlog

If you are not satisfied with the result, you can dismiss it and ask for new ideas. Some results might not fit well in your project — they could be out of scope, similar to the existing goals or overlapping with existing goals, etc.


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