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PlanBoard KanBan for SharePoint
Planboard Digital Workspace
Rooted in the Japanese philosophy of Kanban and taking advantage of modern design principles
Planboards lists and cards enable your whole team to prioritize projects in a fun, flexible, and rewarding way. It’s a list of lists filled with cards, used with a team or by yourself. Drag and drop cards between lists to show progress.
Why did we build it?
You’ll see everything about your project just by glancing at the planboard, and it all updates in real-time. And everyone gets it instantly. PlanBoard accelerates team productivity by making task allocation as easy as sliding a card!
Use for Projects or CRM
Strategic Tasks Lists
Issues Escalation Process
What does it do?
PlanBoard is a visual project task management tool that is linked to a SharePoint task list.
A PlanBoard consist of Lists where you create cards that will be moved from list to list when tasks are processed. Lists are used to create and monitor (task) flows but can also be used as containers to store ideas and information within a context.
By placing and moving cards from list to list cards are indicated as work to do, work in progress or work done.
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