Streamline Your Workflow with GitScrum Task Filtering
Filtering tasks on a project management board can be a real lifesaver for teams who are working on multiple projects simultaneously. With the advanced filtering options on GitScrum Board, you can quickly and easily sort tasks based on a variety of criteria, including task number, title, description, workflows, labels, types, efforts, sprints, user stories, members assigned, start date, and end date.
This feature is especially useful for teams who need to keep track of multiple tasks with different priorities and deadlines.
How to Filter Tasks on GitScrum Board
As long as your workload increases, this feature might be useful to help you visualize only what matters the most, for the moment:
- Click “Filter Tasks” icon.
- Type the filters you want to apply for task visualization – title, creation date, user assigned, and others.
- You don’t need to apply all filters. If you haven’t created task types and efforts yet, leave these fields blank.
Easily find the tasks you need with GitScrum’s filtering options. With the ability to filter by task number, title, description, workflows, labels, types, efforts, sprints, user stories, assigned members, start date, and end date, you can quickly zero in on what you’re looking for. And if you need to reset the filters, simply click on the “Reset Filter” button to start over.
By using the GitScrum filtering options, you can easily categorize and organize your tasks, making it easier to stay on top of your work and ensure that everything is completed on time. So, if you’re looking to streamline your task management process, be sure to check out the advanced filtering options on GitScrum Board!