Task management with cards
Each card on the kanban board represents a task that needs doing. You can assign cards to a team member responsible for performing a task. As the work progresses, the assigned project member can simply drag and drop his/her card between the columns on the board, where each column represents a step in your project workflow.
Example of task management with cards:
Project Manager Lisa gathers all the tasks that need to be done in a column on the board which she has named “Planned”. During a planning meeting, Lisa and her team prioritise the cards by dragging and dropping them into the right order.
When team member John starts working on one of the tasks, he drags his card to the second column – in this case the column is named “Working on”. When the task is done, John can drag it to the “Done” column, or if it requires a review or test, it can be placed in a “Test” column.