More effective requirements gathering with Microsoft OneNote
Source: Robert L. Bogue
The requirements gathering process is very difficult. Getting the information from the subject matter experts and packaging it into a coherent set of thoughts that the architect and developers can understand is among the hardest parts of developing software. Microsoft's OneNote tool may be the perfect replacement for the standard pen and paper of requirements gathering. With its ability to create outlines, add flags, and highlight, it is like Microsoft Word with enhancements. When you add in the ability to record audio and create screenshots you now have a platform that can change the way requirements are gathered.
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