When you create a new to-do project in Taskeo, you’re starting with three default stages that appear on your kanban board.

Quite often these stages – To do, In Progress and Done – are enough to get you up and running.

But sometimes, it’s good to up your game. We love experimenting and sharing our ideas on making most out of your kanban board.

So have a look below – here are four additional stages you can include in your kanban board.

  • Backlog can serve as storage room for all your ideas and tasks that you want to start working on in the nearest future. But, as we said in our best practices of the kanban methodology, you shouldn’t overload it! (Read more: Kanban Methodology: Making The Most Out Of Your Board)
  • Review is a useful stage when someone oversees your work. If you have a person that approves all work done, devote a separate stage to them for double the clarity of their workload.
  • On Hold can be a stage to store all the tasks that you started working on but never finished – for example, because your client put you on hold or something urgent disrupted your flow.
  • Materials – You can create a separate project for all materials, but a single stage will do the job just fine. Use it to separate project-related materials and templates.

Read more: How to Store Contacts in Taskeo?

See the video below for more inspiration:

Try it yourself – log into your Taskeo account (or create one for free) and see how easy it is!

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