My Personal Kanban version 0.7.0 released

Kanban columnI’ve released a new version of My Personal Kanban. My Personal Kanban is a very simple in-browser Kanban Board application. It is designed to work with no Internet connection, persisting content in a modern browser’s data store. MPK can also store your Kanban encrypted in the Cloud with full data privacy.

New features follow closely previously delivered functionality extending into the specific requests by some MPK users raised on GitHub.

New features in the latest 0.7.0 release include:
• Importing previously exported Kanban from text (JSON) file. It’s a follow up on Export functionality from previous version.
• Change colour of a Column. This functionality comes with a new Column settings button.
• Possibility to select existing Kanban as a Template for New Kanban. If there is a specific structure, column names and colours that you like, you can reuse the setup when creating new Kanban.
• Each Kanban has a unique URL in the Browser address bar, which makes it possible to open or bookmark specific Kanban (this change forced me to introduce Angular.js router, a bit of info for devs).

As well as changes in the latest 0.7.0 release, there are also:
• Updates of libraries to latest versions
• Bugs fixes

As I’m getting closer to release of version 1.0.0, My Personal Kanban is getting future complete. Some of the new functionality that will come before final release includes:
• Pomodoro timer
• Blocked section in the columns
• Import/Export to CSV file

I’m also planning a Mobile version to follow on both iOS and Android platforms.

I would love to hear from you if you are using My Personal Kanban, in what way and what functionality is missing.

Greg