Choose from a variety of templates or customize your own board, to fit your project flow and processes best. Use rows to plan a portfolio of smaller projects. Or use separate boards for larger projects and rows for their stages. Practice agile techniques: e.g. split large projects in sprints, decide priorities and pull tasks through the process steps from backlog to completion.
Take advantage of Teamhood advanced Kanban Board to visualize complex projects on a single board. Split intensive process stages into subprocesses to take full control of details. You will be able to see and track the progress of each sub-task, while still keeping focus on the big picture. Collaboration becomes easy, when both – full project scope and operational details are clearly visible to everyone on the team.
Information rich item cards are made for efficient and collaborative work. Add colors and tags, create unlimited subtasks, attach any files, share comments with your team, track time spent on task and check changelog for retrospective. With ability to add accurate descriptions and necessary details you can forget fishing for information in you inbox.
Teamhood timeline delivers even more value than a traditional Gantt chart, but at the same time it is super-easy to use. Your tasks created on boards are reflected on visual timelines making it easy to plan and evaluate deadlines. Move tasks or task groups easily and manage dependencies by click&drag. Use “row/project view” to track project progress or “user view” to manage workloads.
Start your day with “My Agenda” view. Here you will find all notifications, due, urgent items and not scheduled tasks. Click on a notification to open the task it is referring to and continue working. When all the team members are on top of their progress, the whole project management is under control and the team leader can be confident about the final delivery.
Use dashboard to evaluate the progress of your project and team members. Here you can quickly identify late tasks as well as workloads for each of the team members.
Time sheet reports will provide you with detailed comparison of actual time spent versus estimations. Use the report for insights on how to improve planning and management of your next projects.