I wish to allow students to duplicate a card from my master class workspace to their workspace I’ve created for them, but only have permission to move the card and add attachments/comments. Currently, they can move my ‘master’ card to ‘graded’ (which I don’t want), and they can duplicate the card to the ‘graded’ column (which I don’t want.) How could this be accomplished?
- I have a master class workspace, say CSCI 560. with the appropriate swimlanes, categories and columns (to-do, in progress, for review, graded.)
- In my master class workspace I have a student role that:
Project Moving a task is not permitted
Project Task creation is not permitted
Backlog Task creation is permitted for this column
Backlog Closing or opening a task is permitted for this column
Backlog / To Do Only moving task between those columns is permitted
To Do / In Progress Only moving task between those columns is permitted
In Progress / For Review Only moving task between those columns is permitted
- Since student should not see each other’s work, I create a repository for each student (with their name) that is a copy of the master repository. I ensure only myself and the student have access. Naturally I have admin access and the student has custom role ‘student’ access.
- What I plan to do is: create a card(s) during class, fill in the details, and assign the complexity (which the total number of points the task is worth).
- The student needs a mechanism to copy/import that card to their workspace, preferably to their ‘to-do’ category. I don’t want to have to do this for each student.
- The student can move the card as needed, once in ‘for review’ I can can either kick it back or move it to graded. (This part (#6) is working just fine.)
Step 5, is clunky right now. Either the student is able to duplicate straight to ‘Graded’ and/or they are able to move my master card into ‘graded’. Is there a way around this?
Currently I’m used ScrumDo for my class, but it is having more issues than KanBoard and costs $$$.
BTW, thanks for the software, it was super easy to create a container, load the needed tools, and get this thing up and running.