In the Tasks tab of a project, you'll find the board view for the project tasks. Here you can see each task status as a separate column and the tasks as cards in these columns.

Drag and drop the cards between the different statuses or customize the order of the cards.

Add or change columns or task status

Create additional columns, i.e. task statuses, via the column indicated on the far right. Click on it to assign a name to the new column, and use the color dropdown to select the status type.

You can read more about the task statuses here.

Then change the order of the columns using drag & drop. The order of the columns is the same order of the status circles of the pop-up when you hover the mouse pointer over the task checkbox.

☝️Hint: In the Settings tab of a project, you're also able to customize the task statuses and drag and drop them to adjust the order.

Change the columns via the action button.

☝️Hint: You can predefine the task statuses in project templates, so that projects you create from a specific template will have the desired columns from the start.

Create new tasks in the board view

At the top of each column, there is a + Add Task button for adding new tasks to the respective columns.

Of course, you can also simply create new tasks using the green add button at the top left. The new task will then appear in the column matching the status.

Edit task details

If you move the mouse pointer over a card, you'll see the different actions you can perform directly on the task.

Open the task details by clicking on the task name.

Change the order of tasks

You can change the order of tasks within a column.

This order doesn't affect the order of tasks within a task list.

Group by lists or users

To get a better overview of the tasks in your board, you can group the whole board by the task lists or users.

To do that, select the desired grouping in the dropdown at the top, next to the button for changing the view.

If the list is grouped, you're also able to assign tasks to other users or move them back and forth between lists using drag & drop.

Using the presentation mode

Via the screen icon in the upper left corner, you can set the board into a presentation mode. In this presentation mode, the board is set to a reading mode and superfluous elements are hidden.

This gives a clean overview if you want to display the board on a TV as a dashboard, for example.

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