Project boards

View Larger When managing multiple projects at once, it could be beneficial to have a project management whiteboard that will keep track of the status and progress of each. By being able to view each together on the same board, it will be more convenient to compare them and set priorities for individual assignments when needed. By using our project whiteboards it will be easy to list out all major requirements for multiple projects at once, allowing the teams involved in tackling the task to keep their focus and have a clear interpretation of the steps ahead.

Project boards

Get agile reports View your project in Project boards task board If you are used to working with projects with Kanban features such as boards, Project lets you view and manage your existing traditional "waterfall" projects in a Task Board view.

To view your project in a task board: Your project tasks will display as boards in the Task Board view.

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In order for a project task to display in Task Board view, the Show on Board setting for the task must be set to Yes the default setting. To change the Show on Board setting for a task: Open your project in the Gantt Chart View. From the list, select Show on Board.

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The Show on Board column will display the value for each task Project boards or No. To change the setting, click the value for the task, and select the value you want to change to.

Add more information to task board cards When tasks are displayed in Task Board views, task "cards" will by default show several base fields along with the task name the resource assigned to it, and a checkmark if the task has been completed.

You can choose to provide more information in the task cards for your project such as custom field information by using the Customize Task Board Cards feature.

This will allow you to display information for up to five custom fields in each task card, as well as select the base fields that will show. To customize task cards for a project: Select the Format tab, and then select Customize Cards.

In the Additional Fields section, click the drop-down menu and select the custom field you want to display. You can select up to five custom fields.

You should now see all task cards for the project display with the fields you selected. Card customization settings are specific to the project in which they were set. If you want to view the same customizations in other projects, you will need to configure them for those projects as well.

Add sprints to an existing project Now that you can view and manage your project through a Task Board, Project also lets you add sprints to it.

After adding more sprints to your project, the Sprints tab will provide you additional sprints features. To add sprints to your project: On the Project tab, choose Manage Sprints.

On the Manage Sprints page, your first sprint is added by default. You can edit the Length and Start information provided for Sprint 1: The duration of the sprint.

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