How do agile teams account for backlog items that do not fit the user story paradigm? Aside from user stories, what are ways you can represent product needs? Teams struggle with incorporating quality attributes (sometimes called “quality of service” requirements), external interfaces, design and implementation constraints, and team or technical “stories” into their backlogs. Without these items, you will not build the right product, or build it right. This tutorial will introduce you to ways that agile teams represent these nonfunctional requirements and other items in the backlog.