Board Views

Views in KanBo may represent a group of ideas, things to remember or the different stages of a workflow. 

There are 8 types of views:

  • Kanban  A collection of cards grouped horizontally. Additional option is the Kanban Swimlanes, which is two-dimensional grouping (vertical and horizontal) view.
  • List – Vertically oriented way of card grouping. The lists are presented one after another in a column.
  • Table – A way of presenting cards as rows in the table. It can remind you of the Excel spreadsheet.
  • Calendar  This view shows you all cards that have connection with time. You can organize your schedule easily.
  • Gantt chart  A bar chart which shows you a project time schedule. Cards are presented in a timeframe view and it’s easy to see their conditions on a present day. Perfect tool to manage card relations.
  • Mind map – A graphical representation of the relationships between cards. The most individual and creative way of planning and task arrangement.
  • Timeline – Visual representation of cards focused on the order of tasks. Use it for work prioritization.
  • Chat – A place when you can share your thoughts related to the board with others.

Chat and basic Kanban view will be always created automatically.


Boards are collections of cards that allow you to organize and visualize work. A board can be a product, project, resource, or organizational structure that is under continuous development. One board can have many different board views.

Yes, follow the board to get notification about every board action.

Yes, you can duplicate a board or make a board template using existing board. Then you can create new boards based on that template.

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