Kanban Board

Do you prefer Kanban method and work in columns? In Freelo you can create a Kanban Board alias board with columns. To-Do lists are particular columns and you can name them according to phases of the tasks such as Inbox, In progress/WIP, Done etc.

Example of a project managed in kanban boards (Inbox, In progress, Waiting for approval).
Example of a project managed in kanban boards (Inbox, In progress, Waiting for approval).

How to switch a project to Kanban view

Each user can switch every project to kanban view if wanted. Go to project detail and the red title To-Do lists. 

How to set the project to kanban.
How to set the project to kanban.

On the right is three-dot icon > click Change listing. This automatically changes the view and directs you to column view.

Click Change listing and switch the project to column view.
Click Change listing and switch the project to column view.

You can cancel automatic redirection to kanban. Uncheck Redirect to To-Do lists.

Animation how set up kanban/column view of the project.
Animation how set up kanban/column view of the project.

Freelo will remember the next time you see it in the columns for the project, so you will not have to set it up anymore. You always click on the To-Do list

Are you coming from Trello?

In case you have worked in Trello we would recommend importing your Trello boards to Freelo. Import is 1:1 and helps you keep all the data from the system.

Move tasks between columns

Now you can start moving tasks between columns according to the current task status via drag&drop. This also works when you want to order the To-Do lists or tasks up and down. You can move also the completes tasks.

Animation how to move tasks from one To-Do list to another.
Animation how to move tasks from one To-Do list to another.
It is personalized feature!

Each user needs to set up column view separately. If you set up kanban on particular project, other team members see listing view unless they set up column view as well.

Updated on 29.6.2021

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