Using lists in Trello for Agile software development


Introduction

Trello is a so-called horizontal product, meaning that it can be used by a wide variety of people, solving a wide range of problems. It is also well-suited for smaller agile software development projects. 

Lists

One of the key features of Trello is the ability to create custom lists (swimlanes). Cards (which can typically contain user stories) can then be attached to custom lists.

Examples of lists

The flexibility of Trello lists can be illustrated by some examples.

Video Production

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Writing a Thesis

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Planning Art Projects

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Adding a new list

Step 1  – close the sidebar:

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Step 2 – click on Add List:

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Step 3 – add List Name and save:

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Step 4 – drag list to the appropriate position on the board.

Conclusion

For more information on how Trello can be used to fit your agile project needs, do a Google search for ‘Trello agile swimlanes’.

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BY: SOFTWARE DEVELOPER AT INFOWARE STUDIOS


 

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