UseKanban web application: project management made easy

Kanban web application: project management made easyUseKanban is a seemlessly project management web application designed for fulltime teams but it can easily be used by single users too. According to Wikipedia, the “UseKanban” term is “a method for managing knowledge work which balances the demand for work to be done with the available capacity to start new work.”

In UseKanban, you can change the status of your task inside a project just by dragging and dropping it to one of the possible statuses (or columns) like: “To do”, “Doing” and “Done”. It’s really great that you can easily add your own column names which really comes handy when managing projects and tasks.
Kanban web application: project management made easy
When editing or adding a new task, you can assign the task to different members part of the team, add comments and attach a file, set a deadline and a number of hours assigned to the task but also add tags.
Kanban web application: project management made easy
UseKanban also nicely displays basic graphics of your weekly completed tasks and hours, all time progress and weekly hours per user which come very handy when trying to get a picture of your overall work.
Kanban web application: project management made easy
The only downside that I’ve experienced inside UseKanban was when I tried creating a new UseKanban and chose to create one by associating my Github account with the UseKanban website, it kept showing me “We are loading your repositories… :)” without actually loading any of my Github repository. That’s too bad because I was really looking forward to see how would that work :(.

But if you have other new project management tools suggestions, I’d be more than glad to read them in the comments section.

2 thoughts on “UseKanban web application: project management made easy

  1. Well they don’t call themselves kanban now, their new name is polydone and it is not free any more you have 14 trial and after that you have 0 access to any of your boards unless you pay, well interesting software for a todo app, but there are so many of them that are free

    1. @Emanuel: startups succeed or fail; their success sometimes comes from iterating or pivoting from the initial idea. It’s only natural for some features to change once they decide to go more public.

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