Project boards are made up of issues, pull requests, and notes that are categorized as cards in columns of your choosing. É possível arrastar e soltar ou usar atalhos de teclado para reordenar cartões em uma coluna, mover cartões de coluna para coluna e alterar a ordem das colunas.
Project board cards contain relevant metadata for issues and pull requests, like labels, assignees, the status, and who opened it. You can view and make lightweight edits to issues and pull requests within your project board by clicking on the issue or pull request's title.
You can create notes within columns to serve as task reminders, references to issues and pull requests from any repository on your GitHub Enterprise Server instance, or to add information related to the project board. You can create a reference card for another project board by adding a link to a note. Se a observação não for suficiente para suas necessidades, você poderá convertê-la em um problema. For more information on converting notes to issues, see "Adding notes to a project board."
Tipos de quadros de projeto:
- User-owned project board can contain issues and pull requests from any personal repository.
- Organization-wide project board can contain issues and pull requests from any repository that belongs to an organization. You can link up to twenty-five repositories to your organization or user-owned project board. Linking repositories makes it easier to add issues and pull requests from those repositories to your project board using Add cards or from the issue or pull requests sidebar. For more information, see "Linking a repository to a project board."
- Repository project board are scoped to issues and pull requests within a single repository. Eles também podem incluir observações que fazem referência a problemas e pull requests em outros repositórios.
To create a project board for your organization, you must be an organization member. Organization owners and people with project board admin permissions can customize access to the project board.
If an organization-owned project board includes issues or pull requests from a repository that you don't have permission to view, the card will be redacted. For more information, see "Project board permissions for an organization."
The activity view shows the project board's recent history, such as cards someone created or moved between columns. Para acessar a exibição da atividade, clique em Menu e role para baixo.
To find specific cards on a project board or view a subset of the cards, you can filter project board cards. For more information, see "Filtering cards on a project board."
To simplify your workflow and keep completed tasks off your project board, you can archive cards. For more information, see "Archiving cards on a project board."
If you've completed all of your project board tasks or no longer need to use your project board, you can close the project board. For more information, see "Closing a project board."
Você pode usar a API de GitHub para importar um quadro de projetos. Para obter mais informações, consulte "importProject".
You can use templates to quickly set up a new project board. When you use a template to create a project board, your new board will include columns as well as cards with tips for using project boards. Você também pode escolher um modelo com automação já configurada.
|Kanban básico||Rastreie tarefas com colunas To do (Pendentes), In progress (Em andamento) e Done (Concluídas)|
|Kanban automatizado||Cartões são movidos automaticamente entre as colunas To do (Pendentes), In progress (Em andamento) e Done (Concluídas)|
|Kanban automatizado com revisão||Cartões são movidos automaticamente entre as colunas To do (Pendentes), In progress (Em andamento) e Done (Concluídos), com gatilhos adicionais para status de revisão de pull request|
|Triagem de erros||Faça a triagem e priorize erros com as colunas To do (Pendentes), High priority (Prioridade alta), Low priority (Prioridade baixa) e Closed (Fechados)|
For more information on automation for project boards, see "About automation for project boards."