Hey there! I need a little help. I'm trying to get my company to start using trello but I can't figure out how to make it work for us so I'm just going to explain what I need. Basically, everytime we get a new job order, we get anything from 1-10 line items in it. We get confirmation to do different line items on different days. We have different departments that the product has to move through- from job creation in sales to design to machine programming to actual production. Is there any way I can make a board to track these different line items as it moves through the various stages? As in, I move just one line item from a certain project at a time from one stage to the next.
I want my boss to be able to clearly see how many line items from a certain job are pending, what is in a certain stage at the current time and what has been completed.
I hope I explained this clearly enough. Thanks in advance!
Here's a mock up board that I came up with. I added a list for the job name, and added 10 cards, 1 for each item for the job. Inside each card (2 in this example), I added a checklist with 3 items..
I also added a due date for the item itself.
On the front of the card with the checklist, you can see that 0/3 checklist items are complete (see 1st card for reference). If you check off 1, it will show 1/3 complete (see 2nd card for reference)
Would something like this help? Thoughts around it?
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