Cycle glossary

Product terminology simply explained

Deep Backlog

Deep Backlog refers to a situation in product management where there is a large number of items in a product backlog. It's like having a never-ending to-do list for your product. Each item represents a feature, improvement, or bug fix that needs to be worked on. Just like a messy closet overflowing with clothes, a deep backlog can feel overwhelming and make it difficult to prioritize and plan. It's important for product managers to regularly review and refine the backlog, ensuring that the most important items are brought to the top and the less relevant ones are removed or deprioritized.

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