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a blog by Chris Barrow

Using Kanban Boards to manage your projects



It's very rare that I simply post a link to another article.


However, this description of the use of Kanban boards for project management is so useful that I cannot resist.


Todoist has been my cloud-based task manager of choice for some time now (and I also use it to collaborate on tasks with Phillippa and Rachel).


The recent launch of a "boards" option makes the application even more useful, especially for monitoring our sales pipeline and marketing plan.


Irrespective of whether you want to look at Todoist, if time, task and project management are of interest to you - enjoy the article - it's a belter.


The link is HERE.



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Billy Bishop
Billy Bishop
Oct 07, 2020

Great post Chris! I use Restyaboard, another great free Kanban software for both Personal and Business use. Still on the free version, doesn't seem I need more.

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Chris Barrow
Chris Barrow
Sep 30, 2020

Not sure what you mean about updating - we all update our own tasks

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Chris Barrow
Chris Barrow
Sep 30, 2020

Morning. I actually use Todoist to store everything, both personal and professional, then use the Full Focus Planner to focus on my specific tasks each day (and give me a place to write notes) I like the aesthetics of Todoist.

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Nicola Cairnx
Nicola Cairnx
Sep 30, 2020

Great post & article Chris. As someone who has tried to use a couple of the other tools, and who went back to using a pen and a notebook and as I only work with one VA and she has a spreadsheet orientated version. I am curious to know what made you choose Todoist over the others? Also, don’t you find it tedious having to update all the time (or have you delegated that)?

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