Jack Wallen shows you how simple it is to add kanban boards to your Google Workspace account for totally free with Kanbanchi.
Image: comzeal/Adobe Stock Kanban is my go-to task management tool. There are other exceptional tools, however I think kanban is the most efficient ways of handling projects. With a quick look, you can see precisely where every piece of the puzzle is within the job.
Likewise, Google Work space is my go-to productivity service. I depend upon Google Docs, Google Calendar, Gmail, Google Keep and Google Drive daily. Naturally, it would make ideal sense to bring those 2 things together.
Thanks to Kanbanchi, that’s possible. This Google Workspaces add-on is free to use for a trial duration and incorporates perfectly into the Google Workspaces menu. However, it’s not rather apparent where you find the tool.
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Kanbanchi includes functions like unrestricted kanban boards, cards and sub-cards, design templates, search and filter, activity feed, e-mail and in-app notifications, Google Calendar combination, Drive and Shared Drive attachments, export to Google Sheets, subscription management and backups.
Let me reveal you how to begin using kanban boards in Google Workspace.
What you’ll require
The only things you’ll require for this are a valid Google Workspaces account (either totally free or paid) and a web internet browser. That’s it; let’s get our kanban on.
Before we get started, understand that you can use Kanbanchi totally free for a trial period, or you can purchase a paid strategy. The paid plans look like this:
- Beginner: $7.95 per user per month for unlimited kanban boards, cards and sub cards, and more.
- Expert: $19.97 per user per month for everything in Beginner with the addition of Gantt charts and more.
- Business: Starting at $34.97 per user monthly for whatever in Expert with multi-level admin and more.
To see the entire feature set for each strategy, take a look at the Kanbanchi prices matrix.
How to gain access to Kanbanchi in Google Workspaces
Open Google Drive, and make certain you’re logged into your account. Prior to you can really access Kanbanchi, you must first install the add-on from the Google Workspaces Market. To do that, click the dotted grid to the left of your profile icon and scroll to the bottom where you’ll see More From Google Workspace Marketplace (Figure A).
As you can see, I already have actually Kanbanchi installed. Click More From Google Workspaces Market, and after that, look for Kanbanchi. Find the Kanbanchi card, and then, click Install. This will incorporate Kanbanchi into your Google Workspaces Apps menu, so now when you click the grid icon and scroll to the bottom, you’ll see Kanbanchi listed.
How to begin using Kanbanchi
With the service set up, click the entry in the Google Workspaces App menu, and you’ll be prompted to check in with your Google account (Figure B).
Signing into Kanbanchi with your Google account. A pop-up window will appear asking you to pick a Google account to utilize and allow Kanbanchi access. As soon as you’ve looked after those 2 things, you’ll be rerouted back to the Kanbanchi window, where you can begin producing your very first kanban board (Figure C).
Your Kanbanchi account is prepared to go. Click Untitled Dashboard to take you to your default dashboard (Figure D), where you then begin to customize your control panel by giving it a name, adding boards, personalizing columns and more.
The default Kanbanchi control panel is as stylish as it is easy to utilize. At this point, you need to be good to go, as personalizing your Workspaces and Boards is really simple. I would recommend offering the free trial a go, as I think you’ll discover Kanbanchi an impressive kanban service that can withstand the very best of them.
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