Kanban Board

Switch from the list view to the Kanban Board. Create as many columns in the Kanban Board as you you want and title them as you like. Move tasks via drag & drop into the corresponding columns and mark tasks as done. The Kanban Board gives you another possibility, to list your work. The Kanban Board is suitable for tasks that have to go through several steps, until they can be marked as completed.

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What does Kanban mean?

Kanban is based on the project management method with classic to-do lists. With the help of a Kanban board, project workflows can be optimally planned, monitored and controlled, monitored and controlled. The name Kanban comes from the Japanese and means signal card.

How does Kanban work?

Kanban boards usually consist of three columns: To Do, In Progress and Done. When tasks are done, they are moved from left to right on the board. This simple system helps team members to see at a glance what is still to be done and what has already been done. Of course, more columns than 3 can be used.


However, the use of physical Kanban boards is very rare. Many teams prefer digital Kanban tools such as Projoodle, which offer additional features and flexibility. With digital Kanban tools, users can, for example, attach files, set due dates and assign tasks to specific team members.

Why use Kanban?

There are several reasons why Kanban has become such a popular project management technique. Firstly, thanks to the visual representation, team members can easily see, what needs to be done and track their progress. Secondly, it is so flexible that it can be used for projects of any size and complexity. And finally, team members do not have to complete tasks in a specific order, which avoids bottlenecks and allows projects to run more agilely and smoothly.

Conclusion

If you are looking for a project management methodology, that is easy to use and flexible enough to handle projects of any size and complexity, Kanban may be the solution for you. Try it out today!

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