(noun) Descriptions of how a product or service should act, appear, or perform. Requirements generally refer to the features and functions of the deliverables you are building on your project. Requirements are considered to be a part of project scope. High-level scope is defined in your project definition (or charter). The requirements form the detailed scope. After your requirements are approved, they can be changed through the scope change management process.
“Two requirements of this project are the website has to be mobile friendly and dynamic.”
Alternate definition: A virtual to-do list.
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