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Distinguish Ongoing/Done in Kanban Columns in Greenhopper

Hi,

How do you see what's ongoing vs done in any kanban column in greenhopper?

On our Kanban wall board looks like this:

- Columns: Todo, Analysis, Development, Acceptance, Done

- Analysis, Developmentand Acceptance have a dotted line with Ongoing on the left and Don on the right

In Greenhopper, I can create the 5 columns but I don't know how to tell what's done vs ongoing. I could also create 8 colmuns but I don't think anyone could read the information then (Todo, Analysis-OnGoing, Analysis-Done, Development-Ongoing, Development-Done, Acceptance-Ongoing, Acceptance-Done, Done)

What approaches have you tried? Do you use some other visual queue for ongoing-vs-done?

Thanks for the help.

Peter

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I think that this question and answers there should help you.

Thanks. The use of the GH flags seems like the right choice

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