In this blog we want to demonstrate how your can group and organise your notes by the task list content you need. In this blog, we're going to use an example task we've created to track bugs. This task uses both the check and radio content lists.
Group by content
In this example, we are going to focus on using the list content to group our data. The goal of Bustl is to remove as much manual work as possible. In other applications, users can manually tag and move tasks around between groups. We've found this eventually results in out of date tasks due to the amount of updates required to keep your data in sync.
Instead, we're aiming to group the tasks based on the content of the tasks themselves, you can see this in action with our list content fields below.
Sort your cards
While grouping your cards based on their content may be all that's required in some instances, you can also sort your cards in each group based on a combination of attributes. This in turn allows you to easily find and access the data you need.
Just in case you haven't seen this image a hundred times before
Organising your cards is an unnecessary task. Typically we organise our data based on common attributes. All cards within Bustl will in turn be grouped based on the options you choose and the content you save.
In this example, we can see a new task being automatically sorted into the group based on the selected value of the progress button. This will happen whenever you create, update or remove a task.
Sort on add
Your tasks will automatically be sorted into groups by the selected
Sort on update