Re: Please review and approve draft responses



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Subject: Re: Please review and approve draft responses


On Wed, Mar 31, 2021 at 9:27 PM Rachael Bradley Montgomery <<>> wrote:

We have several issues that need responses approved. Please write back with suggested edits or a +1 if they look OK. Thank you.

Issue 156<> User Stories About Findability, Searchability and Navigation

Thank you for your review and suggestion. These are related concepts. We originally had these three concepts combined into a single user story but broke them apart to make them clearer.

Issue 157<> Suggested additions to 3.3.2 User Story: Visual Presentation

Thank you for your review and suggestions. We are trying to keep the structure of user stories and user patterns as close as possible to industry standard. We did cut down on the lists of instructions and issues in this version in an attempt to respond to the request to meet user need formats. We moved instructions to the patterns.

Issue 158<> Suggested edits to 3.4.1 User Story: Assistance and support

Thank you for your review and suggestions.  The current ability to meet a need does not change the user need. In some cases, you may not be able to meet it but the user need itself remains. Regarding consolidating items in bullet 8, these points are divided to map correctly to the rest of the document. While the sentences are in some cases longer than ideal, we are trying to keep to the standard structure of user needs and user stories in this section.
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