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I want to assign a colour to all the cards (issue type) of each column in a Kanban Board. Is it possible? Which JQL should I use?
Thank you in advance :)
Hi @Adriana Domínguez Eguiarte , if you are using a Company managed project you can accomplish this.
it should be straight forward. for example....
assume I have three columns: To Do, In Progress and Done with five status: To Do, In Progress, Testing, Verified, and Done which are mapped like this:
Given the above assumptions I would have three queries:
you select the colors you desire for the three queries.
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No this isn't possible you can colour by assignee, issue type, priority or query
With queries you could make an effort though.
Make sure your board column has just a single status and base your card colours on queries
status = in progress
I am curious: what problem are you trying to solve by doing this? That is, "why" do this?
Card colors are shown on a board or the backlog. On the board, the cards are already in columns by their mapped status values, and in the backlog the status values are already on the cards.
Hi @Bill Sheboy ,
Thank you for your comment! It's not a problem, but it's a nice to have for me. It's a simple visual thing, as I have the cards of 8 teams in a same Kanban board. Each Kanban Board, is aimed to show the evolution of a project. I know for example that I could have 8 Kanban Boards, but I wanted to have all the information in one Kanban. I'm just checking different options to choose the one I like the most :).
I would consider 8 different swimlanes in your master-Kanban board. That would allow you to visualize each team's progress independently on a single board.