A board view as "tiles", not just single board columns, would be very helpful, especially when working with images (like a story-board). At least an optional tile view for a selected status. I was used to that kind of tile view in apple keynote. Also would be nice if the "turned off" statuses would almost disappear or shrink "thinner". They feel kind of in the way. Thank you
Planned with 2.0
Or a view for Projects and Spaces.
YES, BUILD THIS!!!
I'd love to see a board with columns for each assignee, so I can see everyone's workload or walk through projects and get status updates from each person.
Or a board based on custom fields (or tags) to view tasks grouped together by their category or department. Or one based on due date as was suggested earlier to keep projects focused on the most urgent tasks (and/or group/sort tasks in the list view by due date).
I'm having to fake out some of my projects, making the status equal to a release date to produce a roadmap view. Having a board based on a custom field for "Release" or "Iteration" would give me that without the hack.
Agreed. I manage Rental properties that have a series of “projects” or “spaces” ongoing at all times. It’s kind of a make or break that I can’t view the lists/boards by due date, property, unit number. If I tag them thoroughly it should be able to operate like a database with statuses . Correct? Thank you
Ideally, you would be able to customize board view based on e.g. tags, date, time spent etc. That way you have a quick and powerful overview
So I can see my tasks in columns from high to low priority.
This was my suggestion, the board view is great to get an overview of workload and status. However it would also be great to have it filter on tags, or date, so you can quickly spot e.g. column today, this week, this month, this year etc.
Or with tags, have columns showing all tasks that have that specific tag. I think that might be great if you use tags for e.g. front-end development, back-end development etc. so you can see how busy everyone is.
There might be other ways already, still exploring the tool!