Does your team have its own way of contextualizing, organizing, filtering, and prioritizing your features? Rather than wait for the release of official new column types, now you can create custom columns on your own.

Custom columns come in three flavors...

Text custom columns

Display random notes, URLs, the name of the team that is working on a feature, names of additional stakeholders, etc.

If you precede your URLs by http:// or https:// the custom text column will display a URL launcher to help you navigate in one click:

Number custom columns

Display the projected revenue for a feature, the reach (# of users impacted), fibonacci numbers (complexity), a custom prioritization score, or other KPIs. 

Ask teams who interact with your customers every day (sales, support, CX) to force rank feature candidates and recording their rankings before sorting/filtering.

Dropdown custom columns

Indicate which dev team will be working on a feature, select from a list of t-shirt size complexity indicators (or any other emoji!), or indicate a feature’s marketing launch tier. Filter features based on any combination of values.

T-shirt sizing complexity estimates:

Support for any emoji you’d like!

Additional examples:

  • Feature type: hypothesis, feature, improvement, bug, issue, need, delight
  • Scrum team: team A, team B, team C
  • Platform: iOS, Android, web app

Adding new custom columns

Get started with custom columns in the Misc. column configurations pane:

See also

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