You can track and prioritize your work on GitHub by creating a project board with associated issues, pull requests, and notes.
Project boards on GitHub help you organize and prioritize your work. You can create project boards for specific feature work, comprehensive roadmaps, or even release checklists. With project boards, you have the flexibility to create customized workflows that suit your needs.
You can configure automatic workflows to keep the status of project board cards in sync with the associated issues and pull requests.
Project boards can be used to create customized workflows to suit your needs, like tracking and prioritizing specific feature work, comprehensive roadmaps, or even release checklists.
You can add issues and pull requests to a project board in the form of cards and triage them into columns.
You can add notes to a project board to serve as task reminders or to add information related to the project board.
You can set up automatic workflows to move issues and pull requests to a project board column when a specified event occurs.
By default, when you enable automation on a project board, the overall progress of the project is tracked in a progress bar.
You can filter the cards on a project board to search for specific cards or view a subset of the cards.
You can edit the title and description of an existing project board.
If you've completed all the tasks in a project board or no longer need to use a project board, you can close the project board.
You can delete an existing project board if you no longer need access to its contents.
Repository administrators can turn off project boards for a repository if you or your team manages work differently.
Organization owners can turn off organization-wide project boards and repository project boards in an organization.