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How to quickly capture stories and identify scope of work

ElementsGPT; GPT; How to guide

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Written by Ksawery Lisinski
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The primary goal of ElementsGPT is to help you accelerate and improve your business analysis. It can create stories directly from your process diagrams, including acceptance criteria. You can then take these stories and ask ElementsGPT to generate a recommended solution that identifies metadata from your Org to be re-used and any new metadata to be created.

In this manual, we will go over how best to leverage this capability in practice.

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ElementsGPT is still in the pilot phase. A limited number of individuals have been invited to participate and evaluate its capabilities and contribute feedback for the ongoing development prior to the beta.

We plan to extend it to more widely available private beta and then public beta later in the summer.

How can I get started?

You can rapidly get value from ElementsGPT by starting with solution recommendations for in-progress and backlog stories. You can import existing stories (using JIRA connection or CSV import), and as long as the Org is synced and indexed in the Space, you can start generating recommendations.

First, please make sure you have read the support article on how to use solution recommendations. You will need to enable requirement manager permission for every user who should have access to this capability.

Watch the quick tutorial below to learn how to get the most out of solution recommendation:

How to take it to the next level?

The most powerful feature of ElementsGPT is the ability to generate stories from business process diagrams drawn in UPN notation (which is the Salesforce standard for business analysts). It can save you and your team hours of tedious work, enforce standardization and improve the documentation quality passed to developers and admins.

However, the quality of the generated stories is proportionate to the quality of the diagrams. And if you are new to UPN, you first need to get used to the requirements of the notation.

First, get familiar with those two resources:

Then watch the quick tutorial below to learn how to get the most out of story generation:

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