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Nice tool.

As in Kanban there is a fixed timeline from left to right columns and its main purpose is to visualise the progress, I think its important to still see columns in the correct order, even if they are collapsed or minimised.

Thus I think your first draft is more appropriate to Kanban needs.Thus I think your first draft is more appropriate to Kanban needs.

Just one suggestion: What do you think about indicating number or position of tasks inside the collapsed column? Thus you would only loose title and description, but keep position and amounts.

Like the solution in Outlook if you have two dates a the same time, size just divide in half. You could show this-alike in a collapsed column.

enter image description here Source: http://info.eps.surrey.ac.uk

Nice tool.

As in Kanban there is a fixed timeline from left to right columns and its main purpose is to visualise the progress, I think its important to still see columns in the correct order, even if they are collapsed or minimised.

Thus I think your first draft is more appropriate to Kanban needs.

Just one suggestion: What do you think about indicating number or position of tasks inside the collapsed column? Thus you would only loose title and description, but keep position and amounts.

Nice tool.

As in Kanban there is a fixed timeline from left to right columns and its main purpose is to visualise the progress, I think its important to still see columns in the correct order, even if they are collapsed or minimised.

Thus I think your first draft is more appropriate to Kanban needs.

Just one suggestion: What do you think about indicating number or position of tasks inside the collapsed column? Thus you would only loose title and description, but keep position and amounts.

Like the solution in Outlook if you have two dates a the same time, size just divide in half. You could show this-alike in a collapsed column.

enter image description here Source: http://info.eps.surrey.ac.uk

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Nice tool.

As in Kanban there is a fixed timeline from left to right columns and its main purpose is to visualise the progress, I think its important to still see columns in the correct order, even if they are collapsed or minimised.

Thus I think your first draft is more appropriate to Kanban needs.

Just one suggestion: What do you think about indicating number or position of tasks inside the collapsed column? Thus you would only loose title and description, but keep position and amounts.