Those in search of a lean project management solution may find the web-based tool KanbanFlow helpful. As its name suggests, the methodology of KanbanFlow is drawn from the Japanese "kanban" system. It uses customizable columns and "cards" to visually represent both the tasks and the workflow of a project and to provide an overview of the situation at hand, and each card can be fleshed out with checklists and other details. KanbanFlow gives users the option to limit the number of cards allowed in any particular column (e.g. "in progress") to reduce multitasking and improve productivity. KanbanFlow also incorporates a Pomodoro timer to track the time spent working on a particular task and to encourage focused work in sprints followed by short breaks. Users can also view statistics of their Pomodoro performance to analyze their workflow. KanbanFlow can be used for free by both individuals and teams. It is available on any internet browser. For mobile access, KanbanFlow also provides a mobile-friendly web app that can be used on both iOS and Android devices.
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