You’ve always been able to attach related Cards to each other in Rindle. This is great for representing tasks that are related by source, category, or topic. Often,the relation between tasks is a bit more complex. In order to introduce more structure to how Cards are associated in Rindle, we’ve created the Sub Card feature! Sub Cards are essentially subtasks. They allow you to add lists of actionable information to a Card to represent the idea of an overarching task composed of smaller tasks that contribute to its completion. This opens up a whole new layer of organization in managing your workflow!
Two Ways to Add Sub Cards
You can drag and drop a card onto another Card and “Attach as Sub Card”. This makes it easy to add a subtask to an existing Card.
You can also add Sub Cards from the inside of a Card. Just open a Card, click on “Add Sub Card” and start typing.
Cards at Heart
Using SubCards is great because they behave just like regular Cards. Anything you’ve been able to do with a Card, you can also do with a SubCard:
- You can view the Sub Card, just like you view a regular Card. If you created the Sub Card from a Card on your board, all of the details of that Card will still be available in the Sub Card.
- You can add notes and dates to Sub Cards
- You can “detach” a sub card anytime and make it a regular card on you board. Just pick the Board and List you want to move it to.
SubCards are a great tool to help you stay more organized and to view your workflow more intuitively. Enjoy