All teams have certain information and projects that can't be visible to everyone. This could include employee salaries, private client information, or personal projects.
That's why Hive has projects!
Every task created in Hive projects is completely self-contained and can only be seen by the project members.
That way you can share a workspace, but protect certain sensitive information or just make sure others aren't distracted by information irrelevant to them.
Click the Project Navigator
This button takes you to the page where you can manage all your projects.
Click the "+New Project" button
Once you arrive in the Project Navigator, you can click the blue button in the upper right corner of the screen that says "+New Project."
Add a project name and key details
Give your project a name and pick a color you want to be associated with your project. If you want, you can also add a due date, a description, or attachments.
Add team members
The team members you select for your project are the ONLY people who can see it. All the tasks in the project will be completely invisible to anyone who is not a team member.
So it's really important to consider who you want to invite in the project. Each project has three options:
- Everyone in the workspace
- Specific people in the workspace
- Only for you :)
Decide whether or not to include messaging group
Sometimes, you may want to have a place to chat with the team about the project or brainstorm ideas. If that is the case for your project, select the check mark to create a messaging group for your project.
Select a project layout (you can change it later)
There are five ways to view your project:
- Status view - actions move across the board through various stages (e.g. unstarted -> in progress -> completed)
- Team view - all actions are organized in lists by the person they are assigned to
- Calendar view - see actions by deadline and in the long term
- Label view - actions are organized in lists by label
- Gantt view - a chart that shows all your actions in a series of horizontal lines that represent the timeline they will be completed.
Hit create and start adding actions in your new project!
It's as easy as just typing what you want to do and press enter.
Every action card in your project shows the name of the project. If you click the drop down, you can switch the action's project.
If you ever want to edit your project, select "Details" button underneath the project title. It will expand to show more details about the project, including a button where you can edit it.