Utilize our powerful Kanban card functions to customize your work items as needed, enhance communication, and track cross-team dependencies.
With the custom fields in Kanbanize, you can visualize and track specific to your projects or tasks information. Create different types of fields (number, date, contributor, etc.) to reflect the needs of your workflows and apply them to various Kanban boards and cards.
Break down complex work items into subtasks to monitor the progress of smaller activities. Create as many subtasks as you like, assign them to users, convert them into separate Kanban cards if necessary, and more.
With the work types in the platform, you can separate different types of work in your process. Introduce as many work types as necessary and analyze the performance only of specific tasks or projects.
With the ability to create “mentions” in cards, you can easily draw another user’s attention to a specific topic directly on the Kanban card. Let your colleagues be immediately notified and facilitate communication.
Easily attach files to the Kanban cards directly from your computer or cloud services such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Box, and DropBox. Preview or download the attachments directly from the card itself.
In Kanbanize, users can send notifications for a variety of reasons. For example, you can get notifications when tasks are assigned to you when a deadline is approaching, a card is created, and many more.
In Kanbanize, everyone can customize their card view for each board. For example, you can configure cards on your board to show their cycle time, deadline, or priority. According to your preference, you can choose certain card properties to remain visible when the card is closed.
Visualize and track cross-team dependencies via different card links. Establish connections such as predecessor-successor and parent-child relationships between work items to foster visibility across multiple tasks and projects. Stay on top of all work dependencies in a single platform.
Using the Kanbanize visual tokens, you can make specific Kanban cards on your board stand out. Indicate issues with different blockers and define block reasons. Choose specific labels (stickers) to categorize work items essential to your workflow.
During the 14-day trial period, you can invite your team and test the application in a production-like environment. If you have any questions, you can always contact our support team. We are here to help.