I use trello to organise what levels I need to create for a game.
Issue is the game orders color by green, blue, orange, red, purple, but trello moves blue after red.
Is there no way to change color order of appearence
Green, Blue, Orange, Red, Purple
Green, Orange, Red, Blue, Purple
i agree! somethings we use colours just to make a difference, but not in semaphore order.
I also would like to drag and drop my own order for the kanban, even more if you are using many labels multi-proposit and want to ordered properly by category and not by colours
This would be most helpful. Allow users to determine their own sequence/order and hot key assignment.
Here is an example for me. I would rather the labels appear in the 1, 2, 3, ... order. For this scenario, alphabetical based ordering on the label name would be sufficient. Nonetheless, I'll adjust my color-number scheme to match the hot key scheme shared by Mathew N in this same thread.
However, in many situations colors have connotation associated with existing number & name schemes, such that user defined hot keys, label order (note: hot key & order could/might be the same), and color assignment will greatly improve usability and comprehension.
It seems to me the functionality of labels is to assign meanings. IMHO, having a keyboard shortcut is very much secondary to this primary functionality. Also, the order is important. I want the "#1" label to always be the first label on a card, etc.
Use case: PRIORITIES: 1) Red="Critical", 2) Orange="Important", 3) Blue="Perhaps"
ACTIVITIES: 4) Orange="Strategy", 5) Green="Tools", Purple="Learning"
Therefore, on my cards I ALWAYS want to see the priority first, then the activity.
I am using this Trello board as a dashboard of checklists for day/options/futures trading. Given the enormous complexity and the copious amounts of time-critical data to be parsed, reducing the amount of cognitive demand is key. Color and (ordinal) position are key elements in this endeavor, as the brain devotes a major portion of resources to the visual cortex.
I agree with others in this thread in that being able to specify the exact order of available labels is something I want to be able to do because there is a meaningful order and grouping to the labels that I use for any given board.
The 0-9 shortcuts as they are implemented today require memorization, and they change in behavior as the set of labels changes, so I do not find these shortcuts to be particularly useful personally.
Same here, Green=#1 makes sense only if you're a leftist XD
In all seriousness, I totally agree that being able to reorder labels would make perfect sense. The shortcut keys can then be assigned to label position in order list. So if someone likes it how it is, nothing would change for them, but if I move red to the first spot in the list, it's assigned to key 1.
I also don't really get, why, when I press F for filter, there always are some labels hidden, and I have to expand list to see them all. I use grey labels to assign tasks to certain areas in my life, because you don't see grey label color on the card, but still can use filter functionality. But grey labels are hidden by default, which makes no sense to me - if I wouldn't want to see these labels in the list, well, I wouldn't create them.
I was also wondering about reordering labels. Like others, I am shocked this is not possible. I realized I put lables in wrong order and would love to be able to drag and drop to change position like I can for lists and cards.
I hope this will be passed on to developers and added as a fix in an updated version.
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