Most of the time your work will cover more than one board, and you'll need to oversee the status of your works across these boards.
Creating board groups in Placker make it possible to quickly get back to the same group of boards, and setup specific views to make it very simple to view the boards in the way you need for your way of working.
Instead of creating a board group in Placker, another method is to create a separate board and mirror cards to it. This alternative is described in this article.
Create a board group
When created, board groups are available on the board overview. There are two ways to create board groups:
From the board overview page
On the board overview page, click on 'Add group' to create a new board group.
Then select the boards that should be part of the board group, set the name of the group and create the board group.
From the board selector
Another way is to open a board, select multiple boards from the board selector, and click on 'Save as new group' after loading the boards.
You can then choose a name and select whether this group will be visible to other members. Notice though that members will still need access to the group's boards.
Add a board to the existing board group
To include a new board to a board group, you can also select the boards, including the new one, and then update the group, as in the recording below:
An alternative way is to open the settings of the new board and add to an existing group. In that same are you can remove that board from a group.
Delete a board group
To delete a board group, you can open it, click "update group" and "delete".
Change board group views
Like boards, board groups also have views, which are different ways to view the cards in your board group, you can add and remove views just like you can for single boards.
Open all boards in an organization
In the overview page, next to the title of each organization, you can click on the "Open all" link to open all boards of the organization at once.
More articles on this topic::
How you can manage your work across multiple boards, by loading multiple boards. In this case a product backlog and a sprint backlog.
How you can create cards from checklist items by drag and drop, and how the status of the cards and the checklist items stay synchronized.
How you can use card templates to create a new card from a predefined template.
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