You can view an issue on the Classic Task Board in three different ways, called 'Views':
Your project administrator can configure the information that is displayed for an issue in each of these views. See Configuring your Card Styles for more information.
Tip You can also change the viewing 'mode' of the Task Board to view issues in Compact or Kanban (Outline) mode. See Using Classic Task Board Modes for more information.
To change your Task Board view,
Inline editing is available in all views (Summaries, Cards and List), saving you significant time when actioning issues. Click theicon (which will appear when you hover over the Issue Type or Priority icons) to display a drop-down menu containing the following actions:
The detailed card is a detailed view of the issue, and presents more information than the summary view.
Screenshot: Issue — Card View
The summary card is a compact view of the issue. The purpose of this view is to display the most important fields of an issue in a card-feel form.
Screenshot: Issue — Summary View
The list view is essentially viewing the issues as rows in a table. The issue will simply be represented as a single row.
Screenshot: Issues — List View
The list view on the Task Board has been designed to optimise the visibility of each issue when space is limited. The Issue Key and Issue Summary will always be visible (and the Issue Summary will be editable), but other fields may not be visible depending on the size of your browser window and the number of columns displayed on your Task Board. To see additional fields:
Why are there symbols on my cards?
GreenHopper can display symbols on your cards to indicate that there is important information about an issue that you need to be aware of: