The Daily Scrum (AKA Daily Meeting, AKA Daily, AKA Stand-up Meeting AKA Standup) can be run in various way. Let us have a look at the two most popular approaches that I have seen:
Person by Person
The first, “traditional” approach, is for every team member to share what they worked on, what they plan to do today, and if there are any obstacles in their way. This way of conducting the daily meeting definitely has some upsides – e.g. the social aspect of hearing all the voices.
Still, I have to admit that I’m not a big fan of it. In my opinion it moves the focus too far from the work items towards people. And people tend to talk too much.
The second approach focuses on work items. Now depending on how your work is organized, a work item might mean a different thing. In some cases it might be user stories the team committed to for the current sprint. In other settings these might be tasks (which are usually more fine-grained items than user stories) that team is occupied with.
Using this approach you discuss the work status of each item and the chances of finishing it till the end of the sprint. Which is what you should really focus on.