Starting Tuleap 15.0, Agile Dashboard service has been split in two separate services: Backlog and Kanban. For more details about this split please see https://blog.tuleap.org/new-navigation-bar-splitting-the-agile-dashboard
Tuleap supports Kanban methodology with a dedicated cardwall.
Using a Kanban
To enter a Kanban, go to the Kanban service of your project. All your Kanban boards are displayed.
If you do not have any Kanban yet, you can create a Kanban on your own.
Creating your Kanban from scratch
To create your own Kanban, you will need to create a tracker.
Once your tracker has been created, go to the Kanban service of your project.
Click on the
Add a Kanban button.
In the modal, enter a name for your Kanban, select your newly created tracker and validate.
A new Kanban appears in the Kanban section.
Configure the card fields
Card fields are tracker fields to be displayed in the Kanban cards (only in expanded view). For instance you can easily display who is the creator of the card, who are the assignees, what is the priority etc. You can also define the card’s background color.
To do so, you have to configure the Cards semantic in the tracker administration (
my_tracker > Administration > Manage Semantic > Card Semantic).
Your Kanban can be filtered using the public reports of its tracker. For instance, let’s imagine you want to setup a filter showing the tasks assigned to the current user accessing the Kanban. To do so, you have to:
Define a public report (ex:
assigned_to = MYSELF())
Go back to your Kanban
Edit this Kanban
Choose your report in the
Tracker report filterssection
Once it is done, a filter selectbox appears in the header of the Kanban.
Your Kanban will be reloaded with cards matching the query defined in the report, each time you change the filter.
Filtered Kanbans are not working with the realtime feature of Tuleap.
Add a Kanban to a dashboard
You can add your Kanban to one of your dashboards as a widget.
To do it, click on the
Add to dashboard button and select the target dashboard in the dropdown.
If a filter is selected when adding the widget to the dashboard, then the Kanban widget will be filtered too. It is particularly interesting when you want to have several views for a same Kanban. To edit the current filter, all you have to do is to click on the cog icon in the widget header and choose another filter.
You can’t add more than one Kanban widget per dashboard.