Use drag-n-drop action to update multiple cards on views at once.
Selecting multiple cards together
On Boards and Roadmaps, use a rectangle to select many cards. It is very similar to how you select multiple files in Windows Explorer or OS X Finder:
- Use SPACE + mouse to move the rectangle on the screen
- Use the SHIFT + mouse rectangle to add more cards into the selection
- Use Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + mouse click to add a card into the selection
- Use the ALT + rectangle to remove some cards from the selection
On Lists, use Ctrl (Cmd on Mac) + mouse click to add cards into the selection one by one.
Drag-n-drop on Boards
Prioritize the selected cards or move them into another cell. For example, if you have a simple Kanban Board with states, you can change a state for a number of cards. You may have a more complex view with user stories grouped by features and by priorities. So, with a single action you can move the selected user stories into another feature and change their priority.
Drag-n-drop in Lists
Program Managers, Product Owners, Product Managers and members of Agile teams may prioritize work items in batches. They can quickly move user stories, bugs, and features from one priority to another. This capability should make your planning meetings more productive as you are no longer obliged to drag cards one at a time.
Drag and drop multiple rows to raise or lower them in one go. Drag-and-drop ranking immediately affects the relative priority order of work items on all views in the application.
It's also possible to change Team Iteration, Sprint, Release, Workflow State, Business Value, or Category for multiple selected items at the same time.
Drag-n-drop on Roadmaps
To replan several cards, simply select them and drag to a desired position on your roadmap:
Be careful with batch drag-n-drop. When you move many cards into a wrong cell, there is no possibility to undo the action.
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