Sharing your work on public boards

It's often useful to be able to share your project with people who don't have access to your Planner account. If you're working for a transparent organisation (e.g. a charity, governmental department, or other not-for-profit organisation), or your work isn't sensitive, you can now make a board publicly visible.

What can the public see?

When you make a board public the cards themselves and the Planning, Current Iteration, and History pages are will become publicly visible.

Public Kanban board

Discussions, uploaded files, and your recent activity are kept private.

How do you make a board public?

If you're an administrator on your Planner account, you can make a board public on your settings page.

To make sure you don't share a board by accident, you'll need to confirm the board's name.

Making a board publicly visible

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About the author

Graham Ashton

Graham Ashton is an experienced agile team leader and project manager, and the founder of Agile Planner. You can follow him at @grahamashton on Twitter.