This is an archived page. Since this article was first published, some features and interface elements have been changed. Please, visit our Knowledge Base for an updated version. We bring simplicity and automation to your Kanban board with every new release and 4.5 is no exception. With the new addition to our runtime policies arsenal, […]
If you have ever wanted to integrate Kanbanize with another system on the internet you should be celebrating this new feature with us. It is now simple and easy to do with the web service caller, which has been implemented as part of the runtime policies module. New: As of release 4.19, there is a new […]
For more product guides on this topic, please, visit our Knowledge Base. Fellow Kanbanizers, The single most powerful feature that we have ever released is now live. It is the long-awaited possibility to modify tasks automatically when certain events happen (When X and Y then Z). It is something like the email rules in MS […]
This post is no longer getting updated, a current version has moved to this post on our Knowledge Base. At this panel, you manage the work in progress limits per user. Sometimes you may want to set a maximum number of items assigned to a particular user in the account, irrespective of the boards where […]
Most of us who have tons of projects and sub-projects to work on, and these projects are so dynamic that it is not possible to track every moving part, have experienced the need to see an aggregated report that shows the overall status. We just need to know where things are, for how much time things have been where they are and a huge benefit would be to know if given parts of the project are stuck and require our immediate attention.
We are glad to announce that as of version 3.6 we have a new report available for all customers – Worklog per Person. Kanban software that does time tracking and reporting is quite cool, isn’t it?
The report shows an aggregated view of the time logged per each of the users, for a given period of time. The report also allows you to aggregate the entries per day, to exclude weekends and to highlight entries that don’t seem right. On top of that you are also able to export all the data in Excel.
We typically use links when we have master tasks (features, epic stories, small projects, etc) and a lot of smaller child tasks. If all smaller tasks could be small enough, and if they could live on the same board, they would be sub-tasks, but this is not always the case. Sometimes different teams work on different tasks on different boards with different priority, deadlines, descriptions and so on, but they still need a way to synchronize on the whole. This is where you use links.
This is an archived page. Since this article was first published, some features and interface elements have been changed. Please, visit our Knowledge Base for an updated version. The custom fields in Kanbanize give you great flexibility and allow you to extend the details of your Kanban cards without any practical limit. In this article […]
Kanbanize allows you to subscribe only for the notifications that you are interested in and by that avoid the hundreds of notification emails that eventually turn into spam. See how you do that.
This is an archived page. Since this article was first published, some features and interface elements have been changed. Please, visit our Knowledge Base for an updated version. What is card linking? Before going into the details let’s first explain what “card linking” is. At its core, the card linking as its name suggests, is […]