Because timeboxing keeps teams focused on completing the work at hand by providing a clear definition of done, it is a popular aspect of many project management approaches. So, listed below a few pros and cons of timeboxing are as follows:
All concerns that arise during this period must be given top priority.
Allow time limits to focus on the “most critical” items.
Allow for a stop-loss point based on the time concept.
Allow a time restriction to build a feeling of rhythm.
Semi-finished products: due to time constraints, not all work can be completed on time. It will result in “semi-finished items” if the deadline is not met.
Not speaking: The conversation may be insufficient. Some people and objects may be unable to communicate.
Inaccurate: The topic may be considered swiftly or not at all, and the time estimate will be “not authorized.”