What is Kanboard?
It is a free and open source Kanban project management software. Your work is displayed on a board so that you have a clear overview of your project. Each column represents a step in your workflow.
Kanboard is a tool in the Project Management category of a tech stack.
Who uses Kanboard?
3 companies reportedly use Kanboard in their tech stacks, including Grow Super, simus, and House Extension Designs.
Why developers like Kanboard?
Here’s a list of reasons why companies and developers use Kanboard
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- Open source
- Visual and clear overview of your tasks
- Drag and drop tasks between columns easily
Kanboard Alternatives & Comparisons
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