Kanban boards are used to break down a large task into detailed subtasks. It was created to manage tasks efficiently and help you not to miss any small parts.
Bringing a Kanban template to your Workspace in Notion couldn’t be simpler. Simply open the Kanban template’s window and click ‘Duplicate’ in the top menu bar to get it into your Notion and ready to go.
How to create a Kanban board in Notion
Once you’ve brought your Kanban template into your Workspace, you can hide the ‘No Status’ column by clicking the horizontal ellipsis next to the column header and selecting ‘Hide’.
To add Task Cards, select ‘Add a Page’ from the side menu bar. Edit the title of the Work Tag to the name of your Main Project, then select the column for the Work Tag in the ‘Status’ line. Enter the job name in the ‘Project’ box.
For the sake of efficiency, you should also set a ‘Deadline’ for each mini-project and tag the recipients of the tasks. It will help you streamline the process and increase accountability for each team member when taking on a task. To do this, select ‘Date’ next to the ‘Deadline’ column and edit it to the time you need.
After completing the basic steps for a Job Card, you can enter the specific content of the job on the card. Here’s all you need to do to create a Kanban board in Notion.
The final step is to instruct Notion to display all the information you need by clicking ‘Properties’ from the navigation bar, sliding the toggles to ‘On’ to make them visible.
For easy tracking and high efficiency, you can organize the Kanban board by the ‘Deadline’ deadline for each project. To do this, select ‘Sort’ from the navigation bar, click ‘Add a Sort’. Next, select the ‘Deadline’ property and click on the blank space of the page.
Each Kanban board will bring a unique look of the person who created them. You should experience them a lot to have more experience in creating a table for yourself. Complexity and professionalism will determine the effectiveness of your work management.
Wondering if you should create a Kanban board in Notion?
Since existing Kanban boards have been refined to suit each of their users, you can adjust the board as you see fit, regardless of the original board. So if it works and saves you time, build your own board. If it performs poorly and makes your workflow unnatural, you should find another solution to achieve the desired productivity.