The last process left to consider is used only in exceptional cases (Sprint Cancellation). For example, during a sprint, it turns out that the requirements have changed so much that it makes no sense to implement the current stories. To avoid wasting resources, the product owner stops the sprint.

All stories and tasks that pass the readiness criterion are demonstrated and can be released.

Anything that is not finished must be reassessed, given that some of the work has already been done. These stories are put back into the backlog with the appropriate priority, probably quite low.