How to organize your work with KanbanFlow

You find it hard to follow up with your responsibilities? Having problems organizing your daily tasks? Your memory is not always helping you? Not anymore!

Whether you’re familiar or not with the Agile methodologies, Kanban can (and will) help you sort, prioritize and organize each of your responsibilities.

All you have to do is to create an account here and then start configuring your own board. It’s up to you to choose the appropriate approach. You can use one for yourself or you can share a board with your colleagues from the dedicated team.

KanbanFlow uses 4 default columns:

  • To Do –> a column used for the backlog tasks
  • Do Today –> planned worked
  • In Progress –> started work
  • Done –> completed work

These can also be customized. You can remove or even add more columns. Another nice features of this tool is that it provides color codes for sorting the task types. And if you think that’s all then you’re terribly wrong. Pomodoro timer allows you to time-track your work on a task. Also, setting up deadlines keeps your memory fresh.

P.S: Using KanbanFlow doesn’t necessarily require you to work with the Kanban methodology in your projects. The only prerequisite is to be disciplined enough.

What do you think? Do you organize your work with KanbanFlow? Please leave your comments below.

About the author, Andrei G.

Andrei G. is a 23 years old QA Engineer for MaM working in the Quality Assurance Business Systems Technology Romania team. Besides technology he’s also a movie geek and an avid reader of dystopian books.


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