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List View

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Table of Contents

  1. Introduction
  2. Create a List view
  3. Parent-child relation highlighted
  4. Grouping by none
  5. Delete a List view

Introduction

While the most common way to organize a KanBo board is horizontal card grouping, with columns representing the different stages of a workflow and cards representing the tasks, list view allow you to organize your Boards vertically instead. This can be useful in some cases, such as when a workflow has a large number of stages or when the stages are more complex and require more detailed breakdowns. 

It is a good option if your cards contain many details. List view provides you a better understanding of tasks. This is a more card-oriented view. Using vertical lanes can make it easier to see the relations between cards and to understand how they fit into the overall structure of the workflow. Especially if you want to keep track of parent and child cards at the same time.

The following example shows the List view with grouping by Users option. The lists are placed one below the other.

List view grouped by users. User lists are stacked one under the other and filled with cards.


 TIP  Try also to combine horizontal and vertical grouping of cards into a two-dimensional card grouping way called Kanban Swimlanes.

Creating a new List view

1. Press + button to add a new view.

+ button at the top of the Board. After hovering it, you see information about possibility of adding a view.



2. Select the List option and enter a name. Please note that you can add as many views of this kind as you need. You can decide if they are personal (or not). Press Add to confirm.

Add view window in which you can set a name and the type of the view.


For more information check how to work with Board views.


Parent-child relation highlighted

By organizing the board vertically, users can create additional levels of hierarchy and structure within the workflow, which can make it easier to manage and understand. At one glance you can see parent card and its child details.

Linda Thomas user list with one task named Solar power. There are its 4 child cards visible with all the details.



For expanding children cards go to the Display settings menu.


Grouping by none

Lists view give you a possibility to focus on cards only. By selecting card grouping by None option, you can gather all the tasks together.

List view with all the tasks listed without being assigned to any category.



Select None position at the drop-down menu.

Zoom on card grouping options and position None selected.


This option is also available at the Table view but not available at the Kanban view.


How to delete a List view?

Hover over a three dots on the List view button and select Delete option.

List view button highlighted. Three dots open the drop-down menu with two options: Settings and Delete.


This action will not delete your cards.



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