This feature is available in all editions.
Follow these steps to learn how to customize the Taskboard.
In order to customize the Taskboard, your project role must be "Project Lead" or above.
The Status attribute defines the columns in the board display. Add new columns by adding a new List Value to the Status list type and enabling that value for use in a project using the Project Workspace settings on the Display Fields page in Administration.
Customizing Task Card Colors
Click the Legend button to review current color representation settings and/or to configure the color coding by task type. Backlog cards retain any customizations made via the Storyboard of the same project so that any changes there are available on the Taskboard as well.
The board view includes items on subprojects even if those items fall outside of the list values designated for the columns, rows, or coloring scheme defined for the board. For example, if the board is colored by Type and a subproject of the current project selection uses a particular Type value that is not used on the selected project, that lower level Type value still receives a color on the board.
Viewing and Filtering Tips
Use the Highlight Owner option to highlight the work assigned to a single team member so that each individual can more easily recall what work they have done and what is next up on their list. Highlighting (Nobody) allows team members who are ready to sign up for new tasks to easily see unassigned tasks that are available.
If any of the tasks are owned by the Owner, you see all the tasks associated with the parent story. This to ensure that you get the larger context. We feel it is important for you to see not only the individual task owned by the filtered owner, but all the tasks in that associated story so you are aware of the overall developments with that story.
Pop up the Standup Dashboard page in a new window and expand the page to view the Taskboard and graphs without the surrounding page wrapping so that you can view more on the page.