Learn more about the Kanban, one of the smartest Odoo views5 min read

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Learn more about the Kanban, one of the smartest Odoo views

Odoo is generally considered as one of the world’s most user-friendly business management software for the successful operation of finance, retail, and a variety of other sectors. Besides that, the truly open ERP includes many management modules for simplifying a vast portion of company workflows, such as Purchase, Customer relationship management, Point of Sale, Marketing, Sales, HR, Accounts, among others.

As millions of customers have seen and experienced, data in Odoo systems is handled as modules, and all of these modules are represented using Odoo views. Odoo has different views, such as the cohort view, pivot view, tree view, list view, calendar view, and kanban view, each with a unique representation of data. Furthermore, this benefits the company as a whole by providing complete visibility into their transactions and, as a result, improves business operations.

In this blog, we will go over the advanced Kanban view in Odoo.

What is Kanban view?

The Kanban view shows data in a manner that falls halfway between a list view and a non editable form view.

Let’s get started by discussing certain aspects of the ‘advance Kanban view in odoo’ with a relevant example of how it works.

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1.Template code to add Kanban View:

Record id: product_kanban_view

Fields: Add the relevant fields 

name: we have to give a name to this view. 

model: Name of a model whose data you want to show  ( model ir.ui.view)

arch: it will append or edit the content of this tag

kanban: view type tag

Below is the coding template with added fields 

Let’s look at the Kanban View:

2.Group Create

To order your items by some field, use the following kanban tag:  ​default_order=”<Your field>, asc”

​like this <kanban default_order=”age asc”>

Let’s order our products with price: <kanban default_order=”price asc”>

The following is the output:

Items ordered by price

3.Group Create:

Defines whether or not the ‘Add a new column’ bar should be shown. Furthermore, the value of group_create is set to “true” by default.

We can disable the group_create option by typing: : <kanban group_create=”false”>

Earlier:

(default group_create=”true”)

later:

(group_create=”false”)

The Add column button is not visible above.

To display or hide the add column button, use the following tag:

 <kanban  default_order=”price” default_group_by=”price” group_create=”false”>

4.default_group_by :

 <kanban  default_order=”price” default_group_by=”price”>

You can make groups out of any field. By including the field name in the default_group_by value.

5.group_delete:

The attribute’s default value is true.

This attribute allows you to choose whether or not to delete the groups.

Prior to enabling group_delete (default=true):

After setting group_delete=false, the following happens:

6.group_edit :

The default value is true.

When we set it to false, the option to edit the group/stage is hidden.

<kanban group_edit=”false”>

Result:

7.archivable

This attribute’s default value is true.

By setting its value to false, the archive option will be disabled from the menu.

<kanban archivable=”false”>

Result:

8.quick_create

This is used to create records without having to turn to the form view.

We can create tasks without having to turn to shape view.

This is because quick_create is true (by default).

If we set quick_create=” false”, we will get the following result.

The new form would then appear instead of the quick form.

9.records_draggable

It is a draggable record.

In kanban view, we can drag and drop cards (task items) to another group by default.

We can’t drag these cards to another group if we set records_draggable=”false.”

10.The progress bar

This will place progress bar elements at the top of the kanban columns.

This aspect may have three different attributes:

  1. Field: this is the field on which the progress bar is centered.
  2. Colors: Colors may be assigned to the values of the specified fields. The available colors are a success, warning, danger, and muted.
  3. Sum field: this is a non-mandatory attribute. Other fields, on the other hand, are all needed. If we specify a field as a sum field, the progress bar will show the sum of the fields of the records.

We may add a progress bar to the kanban view by adding the progress bar tag.

  • In progress bar tag:

field: name of the selection field that contains the name of the colors. 

colors: In this case, the keys correspond to the progress_color field that has been selected.

You must have a color states selection field in your models.

progress_color: it has three choices, the keys of which must fit the progress bar field in kanban.

Result:

Conclusion:

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