Hibou Odoo Suite: Project Modules: Project Stage
The Project Stage module allows users to create stages to manage the flow of their projects. This is similar to the flow of tasks within projects. You will be able to see the stage of your project on the main page and have the option to group by stage for the pipeline view of your projects. You can also set custom colors for each project stage and that project will be tagged with the stage's name and color on the project's kanban card.
Good to know!
This module requires the Project app. However, if you do not already have this application installed, Odoo will install it for you during this module's installation.
Once in Debug Mode, navigate to the Project application.
Stage Name: Enter the name for this stage in your project pipeline.
Folded in Kanban: Select this option if you want this stage to default to being folded when your projects are grouped by Project Stage.
Sequence: Enter the number that corresponds with the sequence position in which you wish to see this stage. For example, if you want it to be the first stage every time, enter '1'.
Color Index: Odoo uses a color index to assign colors by number, shown below.
Stage Description and Tooltips: If you wish to edit the default names for the three assignable description colors or include specific notes about how the stars in the Kanban view will be used, you can do that here.
Description: Enter a description of this stage.
To view your newly created project stages, click PROJECTS to display all projects in kanban view. Click Group By > Stage to see the new stage(s) you've added.
If you have projects already created, they will be filtered automatically into an Undefined column. To assign one of these projects to the desired stage, drag and drop the project from the Undefined to any other stage.
You can move your stage to a different column order by clicking and dragging the title.
To create a stage while not in Developer Mode, scroll all the way to the right, click Add a column. This will create a new column where you'll enter the name of the column, then hit enter or click add.