Boards, columns and cards: The building blocks of your workflows

Drag boards are where emails and tasks get organized, information is shared, and great work happens.

Made up of lists and cards, they give everyone a shared perspective on the work getting done and what still needs to get done.

You and your team can create and use Drag boards to manage customers, projects, leads or anything else.

With the Drag Pro plan, you can create as many boards as you want and share with unlimited team members. The free version includes up to 10 individual boards.

Kanban vs list views

Drag boards can be used in a kanban or list view.

This is how the kanban view looks like:

This is how the list view looks like:

To choose between kanban and list view:

Click on a board
Click on the drop down menu next to the board title on the top bar
Under the section 'VIEW', select List or Board

Empty board vs Shared Inbox vs Google Groups board

Boards can be empty, Shared Inboxes or Google Groups.

Empty boards start empty, like a blank canvas. You can then populate them the way you want: create new cards, Drag existing cards into it, etc. Drag boards were designed to be a flexible workspace for both individuals or teams.

Shared Inboxes are for teams that use company emails such as sales@ or support@ and want to manage them as a team. It was built for teams that have a real email address (with login and password) and have multiple team members logging into the same account. Drag Shared Inboxes are mean to replace the inefficiencies of this process.

Google Groups boards are for teams that use Google Groups as an attempt to collaborate on emails. These Groups do not have a password associated to them, they are set up as distribution lists where multiple team members receive the same emails. Drag Google Groups boards replace this confusing process by a simple, centralized, collaborative board.

Any board can be shared or used individually

Regardless of whether boards are empty, Shared Inboxes or Google Groups boards, they can be shared with your team.

Avoid losing communication with all back and forth emails. Share your boards with your team members and have them collaborating on the same view!

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