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At first look, this Kanban Board may seem like just a glorified task list, but it’s much more than that. It was designed to apply principles from agile project management. The idea of categorizing and prioritizing activities and moving the tasks through the ‘To Do’, ‘In Progress’ and ‘Done’ lanes comes from the Kanban method. The idea of using a backlog and identifying activities to complete within a two-week period or ‘sprint’ comes from the Scrum method.
A Kanban Board is a collaborative workflow or task management tool used in Agile project management. Team members add cards or sticky notes to a board on the wall representing the features or tasks they will be working on during their one or two-week sprint. The team has regular stand-up meetings to discuss their progress, update priorities, and physically move the tasks from In Progress to Testing to Done as they complete them.
Kanban Board Key Features
– Beautiful dashboard displays clear visuals: Cards by Status, Cards by Priority, Cards by Team members/Status, Cards by Team members/Priority
– Track your projects (cards) over time from Blocked, Doing, Done, Overdue, and Backlog
– Make presentations and reports easier and more professional
– Present up to 100 tasks on different projects or statuses and be able to filter them in many ways
Kanban Board available visualizations
Kanban Board | The first screen of the spreadsheet is the Kanban Board in which you can create your tasks between backlog, list, doing, and done. For each column, you can have up to 100 cards.
Card Classification | On each card you can define the classification: feature (blue), chore (yellow), or bug (red).
General Dashboard | Automatically, the worksheet will generate a dashboard with your overall situation, showing: card quantities, step count, and completion rate.