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In our classic business projects (where the kanban board settings cannot be edited, or even viewed) there is a component on the board cards which displays the count of completed / open subtasks (In the image below, there are 2 subtasks, and one has been completed).
I'd like this same information to be viewable in a classic software project, but none of the available fields I've added to the kanban card are giving me this component.
I can get a list of the linked subtasks with the "Sub-tasks" field (see image above), but none of the Checklist-related fields are giving me anything remotely like a % of completion, or a count of incomplete vs total sub-tasks...Either would be good.
There is nothing built-in to do this, and you could build it yourself using automation rules.
Here is some information and examples of automation rules if you want to try this:
@Anne Saunders, did you find a solution for this? Did the automation work? I'm trying to solve the same thing. On business projects you can also expand the subtasks within the card, which is a very nice feature.
I keep getting this curved balls of things you can only have on business or software projects.
I ended up not implementing this at the time for a few reasons. We run out of automations before we run out of months most months, so it would have to be done on a project by project basis; I couldn't find a way to make the field compact enough for my taste; and leadership wanted my effort elsewhere.
Based on my automations "expertise" it absolutely should work the way Bill has outlined, I have just given up.