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Hi all !!
Our Marketing Dept. would love to start using the KanBan visualization for their tasks.
So far they were using tools like Trello etc. where they had to keep it updated with the related JIRA issues.
I already tried to create a KanBan board for their projects and everything created normally.
But are there any hints/tips when using a KanBan board for a business project ?
We have JIRA Software. We also have some ticket queues that shouldn't be run as software projects. I'd like to use Kanban with these – I like the explicit action of releasing the Done cards when I want, and being able to view a virtual release. Once we get release automation tools integrated, I don't want business project tasks to take that path. Sure would be nice...
Yes, Kanban is good for business projects, pretty much off the shelf.
There are two things I think you need to consider:
However, if you're on JIRA Cloud, you also have boards that aren't Kanban if you enable the "labs" - see https://confluence.atlassian.com/jiracorecloud/working-with-boards-800712866.html - this feature is in flux (that's what the labs are for - a test bed) and may not make it into the main product. A lot of the labs experiments do not make it far. However, given the noise about boards being needed in JIRA Core, I think it's a safe bet that something along those lines will be promoted
Hey there Nic,
Thank you so much for your instant response.
Following your answer :