Has anyone found a good method that doesn’t feel lame about representing activities that need to be completed every day on a personal or team kanban board.

For instance, if I wanted to read every day and exercise.

It somehow feels lame but at the same time I like to know it’s on my list every day and it feels good to push it to done.

  • Should it be a board? I think checklists are better for this. Then unchecking all the items in the morning. Or cloning the checklist every day, then also adding one-off tasks which you know should be done today. But this probably isn't the topic for PM SE. Jan 11, 2021 at 20:40

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Do you have a preference for any particular software tool? In Trello for example you can use the Card Repeater feature to have new backlog items created automatically every day, week or month.

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    I don’t know Trello did this! This would be perfect because I already use Trello
    – user32613
    Jan 12, 2021 at 4:53
  • Trello Card Repeater
    – nvogel
    Jan 12, 2021 at 8:21
  • Great thanks awwwwesome!
    – user32613
    Jan 19, 2021 at 8:37

I have seen people with a separate board in the shape of a circle, and the cards go round and round like hands on a clock. But I don't consider such things to belong on a Kanban system.

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