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jaxtina123
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I want to display the task to fix bugs and other tasks in kanban views for easily tracking and unite all the tasks: x-axis will be the type of our tasks, and y-axis will be the status of each tasks. 

However, it seems like Kanban view doesn't allow to setup with multi-selection so could you guys give me an idea to set up them on Kanban or Interface/Gantt chart to display all the tasks?

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Sublive
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4 - Data Explorer

Hello @jaxtina123 here i provide you some key point which help you out you should try this steps:

 

One methodology is to make various Kanban sheets, each addressing an alternate undertaking type. For instance, you could have one board for "Fixing Bugs," one more for "Element Improvement, etc. Then, utilize the upward segments on each board to address the situation with each undertaking. Along these lines, you can without much of a stretch track and oversee errands for various kinds and situations with.

Many Kanban tools allow you to create custom fields or labels for tasks. You can use these custom fields to indicate the type of task and the status. For example, you might have a custom field for "Task Type" with values like "Bug Fix," "Feature Development," etc., and another custom field for "Status" with values like "To Do," "In Progress," "Done," etc. You can then filter or group tasks based on these custom fields to view the tasks in the desired layout.

If your Kanban tool doesn't support multi-select axes, you can explore other project management tools that offer Gantt charts or similar interfaces. Gantt charts provide a timeline view of tasks, and some tools may allow you to add custom labels or categorize tasks by type and status.

If you have access to a more flexible data visualization tool or programming skills, you can create a custom visualization that suits your specific needs. For example, you can use Python with libraries like Matplotlib or Seaborn to create a custom visualization that displays tasks based on their type and status.

Before implementing any approach, consider the capabilities of the project management or visualization tools you have at your disposal. Some tools may have built-in features or integrations that make it easier to achieve the desired visualization. Additionally, consider the preferences of your team and stakeholders to ensure the chosen approach meets their needs for task tracking and collaboration.

I hope it will helpful for you .

Kind Best ,