Notifications

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You can tag team members in board comments and card comments. Do so by opening up the Conversation panel in the drawer, or by opening up a card and leaving a comment in the discussion. Tag your teammates by using the ‘@’ character followed by their user name. For example, ‘@Iman Tucker’ If you are tagged, you will see a …

Change Board Colors

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You can change the background color of your board. You can choose from a Light or Dark theme, or select from a handful of colors. To change the background color of your board: Head up to the setting icon within your board In the the settings page, you will see a section labeled Board Color You can select between: Light, …

cardboard connections

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Card Connections in a CardBoard are an additional way to increase shared understanding. Card Connections allow you to connect arrows to cards to create dependencies or adds additional template options in CardBoard such as mind maps, flow charts, strategic planning templates, etc. How to Create Card Connections To create a connect line, place at least two cards onto your board.  …

Collapsing and Expanding Horizontal Dividers

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Horizontal dividers can be used for many things within CardBoard. One of which is for slicing out release to prioritize tasks and establish an MVP (Minimum Viable Product).

Using Custom Annotations

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We’ve added a new feature to customize your boards even more. CardBoard now supports custom annotations. Annotations provide a clear visual to the front of your cards to give your board more ways to collaborate real-time, visualize your stories, and give your team more shared understanding. To use custom annotations, head up to the settings icon. Scroll down to the …

How to Use Assigned To Feature

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Assigning tasks to your team is an additional way to organize projects and increase shared understanding in your team. To assign a card: Open a Card by clicking the top right corner of a card You will see the assigned to section within the card. Click and select your team member Now, the card will be marked to be assigned …

Using Journeys in CardBoard

Customer Journey

A user journey (or sometimes customer journey) is a series of steps your users go through to accomplish a task in your product/service. Several paths exist where your users will traverse through your app. Going through your user’s journey is an important exercise that really puts you in their shoes. It can uncover holes in your design, frustrating experiences and …

Using Empathy Maps to Better Understand Your Customers

What is an Empathy Map? An empathy map is an additional template offered inside CardBoard that your team can use to gain deeper understanding and insight into your customers. Much like user personas, an empathy map also represents a group of users or customer segment. According to the Nielsen Norman Group, empathy mapping is the first step in the design …

Selective Sync with JIRA

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With the new Selective Sync feature, you now have control over which cards you decide to sync with JIRA. It’s really simple. You use your mouse to select the cards, then right click on them and chose whether you want to sync them as epics or stories in JIRA. This give you a lot of flexibility in how you build …

Using CSV files

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How to import/export CSV files in CardBoard CardBoard supports CSV files. CSV files are intended to be CardBoard back up files that you can easily access as you transfer to new communities or accounts. Importing CSV files into CardBoard are for files that have been exported from CardBoard. It is not for importing free formed CSV files. Exporting CSV To …