There are 4 standard columns only which for some reason are fixed as “backlog, ready, done”, etc.
And then you move tasks between each column.
It doesn´t make much sense imho.
A much better Kanban use is to approximate it to a business process, where each column is a TASK, and you move INSTANCES of a process between the tasks.
Let’s say I have a board for EMPLOYEE ONBOARDING.
Each column would be a task of the Employee Onboarding Process
Here in a BPM format
For a kanban format, each of those rectangles (a task) would be a column.
To avoid that many columns, we can group several of those as single columns and have subtasks
Then each card is not a TASK.
Each card in the Kanban is an INSTANCE of the process… in the case of Employee onboarding, basically, each card is a NEW EMPLOYEE.
Unfortunately, either I am missing something or the columns are fixed in Kanboard (unlike Wekan for example)