A Programa board only has three key components, but comes with unlimited possibility:
A board represents a project or a place to keep track of information. Whether you are managing a project for a client, an internal project, or your day-to-day action list, a board is the best way to manage your tasks and collaborate with your colleagues.
Columns sit within your boards and organise your cards (see above) according to their progress. They can be used to create a workflow where cards are moved across columns from start to finish, or simply act as a place to keep track of ideas and information. There’s no limit to the number of columns you can add to a board, and they can be arranged however you like.
A simple and effective column setup for a board might be To Do, Doing, and Done, where cards start in the To Do column and make their way left to right, all the way to the Done column. This is only a suggestion, our columns are completely customisable to suit your businesses needs. Columns are based on the famous Kanban project management principal and can organise your workflow quickly and easily.
The core unit of a board is a card. Cards are used to represent tasks and ideas. A card can be something that needs to get done, like a presentation that needs to be completed, or something that needs to be remembered and easily accessible like a brief from a client. To add a new card, just click “Add card” at the bottom of any list to create a new card, and give it a name like 'Finish Client Presentation' or 'Review Floorplans'.
Cards can be customised to hold a wide variety of useful information by clicking on them. Drag and drop cards across lists to show progress. There’s no limit to the number of cards you can add to a board.