visualize and co-operate on projects and tasks in SharePoint
Task Manager visualizes tasks and projects on a kanban
board in SharePoint. When managers and team members get
such a picture of the work process, they can quickly reveal
bottlenecks and blockers. Less time is spent on trying to
sort out how projects are coming along, because everything
is visible on the board.
When you open Kanban Task Manager in SharePoint,
you can see the workgroup's different tasks visualized as
color coded cards on a kanban board. New tasks are created
with a click directly from the board, and the tasks can
be dragged between the board's phases (and lanes) as the
Kanban Task Manager uses as much standard SharePoint
features as possible, so it is easy to understand and use.
Tasks for multiple projects can be displayed on one kanban
The editions have the same features and version number,
but they are installed in different ways. All editions are
included in the subscription, and they can be used and combined
freely within the subscribing organization.
Filter tasks by priority, project and responsible
and, if enabled, also by a custom field. Users can bookmark
the filtered view and share its URL with other
users who have access to the same Kanban Task Manager
Search of both subjects and body texts of
Switch Tasks list to be displayed on the
Create task checklists.
Graphic indicators on the kanban cards: high
and low priority, overdue and % completed.
Time logging for each task.
Create a custom parameter that is added to
tasks, filters and views.
More views in addition to the kanban board:
Month, an overview of open tasks
Timeline, tasks grouped by Project, Assigned,
Lane or a custom parameter if that is used
7 Habits, tasks grouped by importance and urgency
Grid, all information about all tasks
Burndown, how tasks are managed over the last
Donuts, tasks in each phase, grouped by Assigned,
Project, Lane or custom parameter
My Tasks, analytics of today’s work
Multiboard, a manager overview of multiple kanban
Set WIP limits for phases and lanes, to give
a warning when the predefined number of tasks is exceeded.
Set number of columns for each phase, to
optimize the use of
Generate Statistics reports and study tasks
and projects in Excel.
"Kanban" refers to a way of visualizing work, to
make it flow and reduce waste of time.
The traditional wooden kanban board uses paper cards
that tell what and how much should be produced and
when it should be done.
When managers get such a visual overview of the
work process and status, they can quickly reveal
bottlenecks and blockers. Less time is spent on
trying to sort out how projects are coming along,
because everything is visible on the kanban board.
By adding the kanban board to SharePoint, we can
give it many more features.