What about Deck ?
You may know Kanban website like Trello ? Deck is about the same thing but secured and respectful of your privacy !
Integrated in Nextcloud, you can easily manage your projects while having your data secured.
Project management, time management or ideation, Deck makes it easier for you to manage your work.
Overall, Deck is easy to use. You can create boards, add users, share the Deck, work collaboratively and in real time.
1. Create my first board
In this example, we’re going to create a board and share it with an other nextcloud user.
2. Create stacks and cards
Stacks are simply columns with list of cards. It can represent a category of tasks or an y step in your projects for example.
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What about the cards? Cards are tasks, objects or ideas that fit into a stack. You can put a lot of cards in a stack! An infinity? Who knows! Who knows!
And all the magic of this software consists on moving your cards from a stack to an other.
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3. Handle cards options
Once you have created your cards, you can modify them or add options by clicking on them. So, what are the options? Well, there are several of them:
- Tag Management
- Assign a card to a user (s·he will receive a notification)
- Render date, or deadline
And even :
- Description in markdown language
- Attachment – you can leave a document, a picture or some other bonus like that.
4. Archive old tasks
Once finished or obsolete, a task could be archived. The tasks is not deleted, it’s just archived, and you can retrieve it later
5. Manage your board
You can manage the settings of your Deck once you are inside it, by clicking on the small wheel at the top right. Once in this menu, you have access to several things:
- Deleted objects
The sharing tab allows you to add users or even groups to your boards.
Tags allows you to modify the tags available for the cards.
Deleted objects allows you to return previously deleted stacks or cards.
The Timeline allows you to see everything that happened in your boards. Everything!
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