User stories are complex time and resource-consuming rituals built in the early days of software building. These days, there are standards and expected features for common features that we don't have to explain most of them in detail.
Also, the time-consuming user stories can silo engineers into a role where they code to the issue requirements instead of thinking about the user experience as a totality.
And frankly, they don’t match how we communicate about software in real conversations. — Linear Method (which recommends to Write your own issuesWrite your own issues
While building a feature for a product, it is better and faster if everyone on the team should write their own issues. The practice provides enough space to think about the problem on a more profou...)