Sometimes plans, projects or cards can get too complex and cause you to lose perspective on how all the interlinked, moving parts relate to each other. To tackle this growing concern, you can again apply the nifty philosophy of KanBan: Break it into smaller pieces. Here’s how it’s done:
Create to-do lists
To-do lists are a tried and tested way of breaking down work into small pieces for efficient execution. KanBo will help you create a structure of smaller work items by using multiple to-do lists. You can drag to-do items between lists and change their names effortlessly until you end up with a few perfectly organized to-do lists filled with work items.
Convert to-do lists into Sub-card Groups
Sub-cards are child cards of a parent card, and Sub-card Groups are a group of many such Sub-cards. You can turn your to-do lists into Sub-card Groups and the items contained by them into sub-cards automatically.
During this conversion you can even choose a different board than the one where the parent card lives. The parent card can have child cards scattered across many KanBo Boards where dedicated teams deliver these parts of work needed to accomplish the work in the parent card.
Navigate Across Sub-cards
You can easily view the status of each child card from the parent card, visually track the completion of child cards, and quickly navigate to any related card – even between boards – in the blink of an eye.