A card is a generic, business-oriented element that can be used to represent an activity or activities specific to a line of business. It can evolve, enabling the team to track and follow-up on progress. The card is a central element in iObeya for managing teams workloads visually.
All types of cards
Find 8 different types of cards in the tool catalog such as: activity card, problem solving card, action card, story card and feature card.
Cards have been designed to capture relevant information in a single element.
Standard cards are made of different fields such as a title, a due date, assigned members, and a checklist.
Save time and convert notes into different types of cards and easily convert your ideas into tasks or cards for your team’s backlog. This is great after a brainstorming session.
Synchronized cards allow real-time updates of the data across all copies of cards (title, description, members, checklist, color, hyperlink, collection, etc.) every time one card is modified.
Synchronized cards can be used on several boards in one room or across multiple rooms.
Share your cards with users or groups so they can use them in their own rooms.
You can create a synchronized copy of a problem solving card, or share the card with a user, in order to escalate the problem to upper management.
A collection is a set of synchronized cards attached to another card, allowing you to manage card / subcard dependencies.
Collections can be used to break a task down into smaller sub-tasks in order to track the completion of each required work item.
The collection indicates cards that are both in use and archived.
My Cards view
The My Cards view displays a mosaic of all the cards that you are assigned to, and acts as a to-do list.
You can easily navigate between cards, as this view regroups cards from all the rooms you have access to.
This feature allows you to filter by due dates and types of cards in order to prioritize task flow.
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iObeya replicates traditional Oobeya
Open a 48-hour long whiteboarding session and invite any users to join
Intelligent boards for multiple use cases shared across several teams
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