November 4, 2019
From now on, not only do we show your tasks in a checklist (Task List) or a Gantt-chart (Timeline) format, we also automatically populate a card-based view to help you visualize, prioritize, and group your project to-do’s. With the help of our Kanban board, you can quickly pull up your tasks, and discuss them with your team members, and efficiently update your project documentation. Your team can also now see an overview of all work items to be completed, including the number of tasks under each category.
Tasks can now be stacked by status or priority, with a simple drag&drop needed to move them into a different column. You can also decide the level of detail visible by using the 'Show Subtasks' checkbox to display all your main and related subtasks.
We have even more great news: we’ve launched a new sharing capability. Whenever you have a recurring checklist, you can simply save it in a section, generate a template from it, and make it available for your colleagues.
And that’s it for now! If you'd like to take these new features for a spin, head straight to Ruum to get started.
In the meantime, if you have any ideas for future feature updates or additions, make sure you add them to the Features Request page within the Ruum Community. We value your input and want to make Ruum the best work management software for you. Until next time!
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