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The List view is a type of space view. Cards are displayed as separate rows in a vertical list format. The List view is often used when a more detailed and structured representation of tasks is required.
While the most common way to organize a KanBo space is horizontal card grouping (Kanban view), with columns representing the different stages of a workflow and cards representing the tasks, the List view allows you to organize your cards vertically instead.
The following example shows the List view with the grouping by users option. Cards are grouped and displayed as separate rows in a vertical list format.
This can be useful in some cases, such as when a workflow has a large number of steps or when the steps are more complex and require more detailed breakdowns.
It is a good option if your cards contain a lot of detail. The List view gives you a better understanding of the tasks. This is a more card-oriented view. Using vertical lanes can make it easier to see the relations between cards and understand how they fit into the overall structure of the workflow. Especially if you want to keep track of parent and child cards at the same time.
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