Karolina Jackson-Ward
Karolina Jackson-Ward

Karolina Jackson-Ward

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Hi Julio,

Thanks for your feedback. We have not heard this before, I would like to understand better how you work with cards. Is it possible for you to elaborate futher please?

Best regards,
Karolina

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Karolina Jackson-Ward
Karolina Jackson-Ward

Karolina Jackson-Ward

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Hi Julio,

Thanks for your feedback. We have not heard this before, I would like to understand better how you work with cards. Is it possible for you to elaborate futher please?

Best regards,
Karolina

We hear you Julio!

We're trying to strike a balance between flexibility and ease of use. We believe a fixed number of labels with predefined colors covers the need of most users. Have you considered using Activities (see Timeline) to group different cards together? Maybe that suits your need?

Bastiaan Rademakers
Bastiaan Rademakers

Bastiaan Rademakers

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I might have a good example from the issue stated above. I use the labels (colors) to tie the cards to subgroups. For example: in one project I have cards for:

  • Front-end developers
  • Back-end developers
  • Designers
  • Webmasters
  • Project managers
  • Must haves (but not assigned to somebody)
  • Nice to haves (but not assigned to somebody)
  • Other (not in a category above)

In this (live) example, I need 8 colors, but only got 7 available. The use of custom colors with a color picker would certainly work for me.

With the use of colors I can simply see what cards are front-end cards for example.

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