It would be great if I can arrange statuses by dragging them.
Yes, please. Better workflow.
I have looked over 20+ apps to get to the following functionality, that i think would give a unique combination of overview and detail in a single view, without finding it. Please give us the possibility to create:
A (meta) Board view where columns represent Spaces/Folders and Trello-like "cards" represent lists.
But unlike in Trello WITH the option to show/hide Tasks (>Sub tasks/Checklists etc) ON the Cards in the same view - rather than zooming in on a Card (List) hiding the board.
This would look similar to a bunch of color coded, tagged lists in Google Keep, but WITH the ability to drag-drop Columns left-right (left = higher priority).
AND drag-drop "Cards"(Lists) up-down within Columns (Up = higher priority). (Dito drag-drop Sub-/Tasks up/down in lists.)
This way the TOP LEFT Card will be highest priority at any time and nearby Columns/Cards will include best candidates for next highest priority. All with highest priority Tasks at the top of each List - visible in the same view letting you quickly prioritize by drag-dropping Columns/Cards in one view.
The ability to see the next level down in hierarchy on each card without switching view AND quickly expand/hide levels all the way down the hierarchy and "zoom" the board from Everything via Spaces to Folders would allow a unique combination of overview and concrete detail.
Bazinga! Rite? :)
OK, the guys over at startinfinity.com now HAVE now built a board view where one can: sort in columns by label, drag drop columns right/left, drag drop "cards" up/dn in columns or between columns (automatically changing label of card), show subtask/checklist on card in board view.
Unfortunately they don't seem to have the needed resources for a project like this. Haven't been able to finish GDrive or GCal integration in over a year. Sooo.. just had on over there for some inspiration yeah? ;)
Status can be reordered in the space settings (or folder or list settings if they do not use the space settings). Whatever order you establish in the status settings for the space/folder will be the order in board view. Normally statuses represent a flow of progress from Open towards Closed and, once that flow is established, it is not reordered. If you have a use case for needing to reorder statuses on the fly, I am curious to know the story!
@ilyse kazar: Anytime you create without flow in mind, it is beneficial to be able to quickly drag Statuses to your preference. Many times, I will do it by importance. Currently, I am creating a Knowledge Base in which I have different Sections. Each Status is a section, I want to arrange those sections like a site map. I like to play with the Status arrangement as I work through it. Trello is awesome for this.
@JTK: Wow, that's a creative use of "Statuses". My thinking had been boxed in (probably by my software development past) to a chronological progression of task status (Open, Next, In Progress, etc)