Just wondering, is there a way that we can hide the Resolved (Done) Column in Kanban board. Currently at my work place, we have thousands of solved issues under this column and it seems put down the speed of loading the page. As those are already solved and no longer important, just wondering to hide the entire column. But still it will be a part of the workflow. Is there any way that I can hide this column from users?
You probably don't want to do that, because hiding the column means you can't drag issues to done any more
Two better options
I did something similar to option 2 above. In our case, items that have a status of "Done" are considered complete even if they aren't released. There are other completed/final states "Approved" and "Rejected" and for those we want them to be visible.
The main issue we saw was that items in an Epic would not update the progress bar of the Epic in the backlog unless the status was mapped to a column in the KanBan board. So I combined some queries in the KanBan board Sub-filter:
(fixVersion in unreleasedVersions() OR fixVersion is EMPTY) AND status != Done
So items that transition to Done don't clutter up the board while still counting towards the progress filter.
When you are viewing the board, click the three dots in the upper right corner and select "Board settings" and in the General section, scroll to the Kanban board sub-filter.
Edit this query and add the criteria you need. You'll need to have a status of "Canceled" in your case, but whatever the case, this query will hide issues that match your criteria from the board.
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