Making work flow

Whether it's cards, search, or reporting. We explain Favro's key features and how to use them for your company.

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27 articles in this collection
Written by Sara Hjortmar, Robin Smedbäck, and Michael van Rantwijk and 1 other

Plan and overview work in prioritized backlogs

Keep work prioritized and overview ongoing work in an easy-to-read tree structure.
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Make work flow with team boards

Get team overview and see capacity on highly customizable work boards
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

From big to small - working with granularity

Use the backlog and checklists to break down big goals into small workable items
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Boards fit for purpose

Swimlanes, card limits, columns, colors, and tags
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Tips and tricks for pros

Multi select, shortcuts, copying, filters, and quick navigation
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Adding and moving cards

Create relationships across backlogs and boards by adding cards
Written by Michael van Rantwijk
Updated over a week ago

Add your own custom card fields

Team specific estimations, external links, and much more
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Create templates for common practices and repeated work

Card, backlog, board, and collection templates for your team
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Overview all your ongoing projects in live dashboards

Stay on top of things by adding backlogs and boards to dashboard collections
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Automate your processes with workflow rules

Assign members, tag cards, set rules for card movements, and more
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Communicating in Favro

Notify team members with mentions and keep up-to-date by following items
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Working with files in Favro

You can attach local files, integrate with your favorite file management tool, and even attach other Favro cards
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Working in sprints and the power of burndowns

Visualize work in progress and predict if you will finish on time
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Comparing estimated time with time spent

Working with estimates; time on boards and in columns; and timesheets
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Mention, assign, and share to entire teams using groups

Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Timeline

Manage time and allocation for people and teams in the Timeline view.
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

How to work with dependencies in Favro

Show and manage dependencies by linking cards together with card, board and backlog attachments
Written by Jon Leslie
Updated over a week ago

Getting started with collections

Organize your boards and backlog in collections
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

How to organize and name collections

This articles provides best practise advise around how to name your collections. This will help keep your collections browser organized
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Collaborating with externals in Favro

Invite external members and decide exactly what they need to see
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Working with your assigned cards

Keep track of all work assigned to you, regardless of where the card is
Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago

Reporting time in Favro

Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Working with cycle times and identifying bottlenecks in your process

Keep work flowing quickly through the system.
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Cumulative flow charts

Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Plan activities for teams and projects in a calendar

Create content calendars, book meetings, set deadlines for projects, and more.
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Tidy up your boards by archiving

What do to with your cards once they are completed
Written by Sara Hjortmar
Updated over a week ago

Advanced search

Written by Robin Smedbäck
Updated over a week ago