Kanboard is an open source project management software that use the Kanban methodology.
Kanban is a methodology originally developed by Toyota to be more efficient.
Kanboard is both simple to install and in use, and has a good range of features.
- Simple to install and use.
- Visual and clear overview of tasks.
- Multiple boards with the ability to drag and drop tasks.
- Search and filter tasks.
- Single dashboard for all projects.
- Work in a team or individually.
- Tasks, subtasks, attachments and comments.
- Automated actions.
- Gantt charts – visualize the timeline of your projects. Allocate resources effectively. Plan your projects in minutes.
- Analytics and reports.
- Time tracking.
- User roles.
- Multiple authentication.
- Kanboard is compatible with Sqlite, Mysql, MariaDb and Postgres.
- Supports two factor authentication compatible with any TOTP software. Content security policies are used to avoid XSS attacks. Stored passwords use a strong hashing algorithm. Bruteforce protection and account lock down for authentication.
- Internationalization support: Kanboard is translated in Brazilian, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish, Thai, and Turkish.
Developer: Frédéric Guillot and contributors
License: MIT License
Kanboard is written in PHP. Learn PHP with our recommended free books and free tutorials.
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