Board Views

A detailed overview of the board views in Favro

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Written by Dovidas Baranauskas
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Favro has multiple unique board views that you can utilise in your organization to make your workflow simpler.

You can filter by, show, and hide different fields in your boards and save these views to create a quick and easy shortcut for the cards and fields that you consistently need to see.

Here are some examples of the views you can create in Favro:

1. Kanban Views

Kanban views are a useful way of visualising your workflow. Work in Favro is visualized by cards flowing from left to right on a board. By filtering and showing/hiding different fields in your Kanban board you can view the members and fields you need the most.


A filtered kanban based on Member

A Kanban based on show/hide fields

2. Sheet Views

Sheets are handy for visualising all of your fields in one place and creating overviews of every single detail of your boards. By filtering and showing/hiding in your sheets and saving these views, you can focus on the most important details of your boards.


A filtered sheet view based on Member

A sheet view based on show/hide columns

3. Timeline Views

With the timeline view you can visually map out direction, goals and schedule for your company. By filtering and saving your timeline views, you can keep a track of specific members and fields that you need to focus on for your goals.


Filtered Timeline by Member

A timeline view based on show/hidefields

You can save views for all different types of columns and custom fields.

4. Cards View

The backlog is your best tool when planning any project, as it allows you to arrange cards in a hierarchy to break down goals and categories into small workable items.

By filtering and saving views, and showing and hiding fields, this is even more achievable.

Cards View based on filtering members

Cards view based on show/hide fields

5. Charts

Charts can be very handy for showing a graphical representation of the number of cards that needs to be completed versus time, bottlenecks, and how your process and efficiency has changed over time. Saving chart views can be useful for identifying these on a regular basis.

Dual panes

You can also have boards on both panes of your collections. You can have boards on the left and right of your collections:

You can also create hierarchies on both the left and the right panes, making it easier to prioritise the cards in your boards and collections.

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