Swimlanes by assigned user or custom field value (dropdown fields)
HELLO??? This is about to be a year where is the update on this??
This is really really important. What I would like ideally is (a) any field can be used as the column in the board view, and any field can be used as a swimlane. If it gets too unruly, users have selected the wrong data items, but shouldn't be an unsurmountable UI issue.
They were just updated in Zenkit, sorted by any field (which would be preferred, I think)
Board views without sth like this feature are unmanageable on complex projects.
So basically we need,
1. Swimlanes by 'Projects' (when clicked on 'All Tasks') and
2. Swimlanes by 'Lists' (when clicked on a 'Project') and
3. (Advanced) - Swimlanes by 'Projects' + 'Lists' - "Together" (when clicked on 'All Tasks')
In this 3rd scenario - user will have the option to select either scenario 1 (swimlanes ONLY BY 'Projects') or scenario 3 (swimlanes by 'Projects + Lists').
On selecting the Scenario 3 - It will have 'Thicker' swimlanes for 'Projects' and "UNDER / INSIDE THOSE Thicker swimlanes" - there would be 'Narrower' swimlanes for Lists withing the swimlanes for Projects.
For Live examples we can have a look at Tool 'Targetprocess' - which many of us use for its BEST Swimlanes implementations.
Swimlanes within a project, but even better would be to have projects become their own swimlanes when viewing ALL tasks (cross-project) in the overall board view. Would seriously LOVE this--it would move us away from our other software for sure.
@Zeb: So basically we need,
@Zeb: For Live examples we can have a look at Tool 'Targetprocess' - which many of us use for its BEST Swimlanes implementations.
@Zeb: Swimlanes should not just be by those things - they are limiting as well. They should by dynamic like kanbanize or Swift Kanban or leankit planview - a way to truely creak a workflow that is specific to each individual project or person.
Swim lanes by project when viewing all tasks in board view
I would like I see this for lists when selecting a project. Instead of grouping all and losing the overview.
@Ruud: that would be perfect.