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Integrate kanban Tool with moosend

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About kanban Tool

Kanban is a visual tool that provides a clear picture of the current work state and facilitates cooperation and communication among team members.

About moosend

Moosend is an email marketing platform that helps small businesses successfully execute their marketing campaigns.

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Connect kanban Tool + moosend in easier way

It's easy to connect kanban Tool + moosend without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

    Triggers
  • New activity on a board

    Triggers when a new activity on a board is made.

  • New board

    Triggers when a new board is created.

  • New card type

    Triggers when a new card type is defined for a board.

  • New checklist item

    Triggers when a new checklist item is added to a task.

  • New comment

    Triggers when a new comment is added to a task.

  • New swimlane

    Triggers when a new swimlane is created for a board.

  • New task

    Triggers when a new task is added.

  • New workflow stage

    Triggers when a new workflow stage is created for a board.

  • Task archived

    Triggers when a task is archived.

  • Task moved

    Triggers when a task is moved to another workflow stage or swimlane.

  • Task updated

    Triggers when a task is updated.

  • New Subscriber

    Trigger once new subscriber coming in the list.

    Actions
  • Archive task

    Archives a specific task.

  • Complete checklist item

    Completes an existing checklist item on a task.

  • Create checklist item

    Creates a new checklist item on a task.

  • Create comment

    Writes a new comment on a specific task.

  • Create task

    Creates a new task on a specific board.

  • Delete checklist item

    Deletes a checklist item from a task.

  • Delete task

    Deletes a specific task.

  • Move task

    Moves a specific task between workflow stages and swimlanes.

  • Update task

    Updates a task's name, description, due date or other details.

  • Create Subscriber

    Creates a subscriber.

  • Unsubscribe Member

    Unsubscribe member from all and targeted mailing list.

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How kanban Tool & moosend Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose kanban Tool as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick moosend as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from kanban Tool to moosend.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of kanban Tool and moosend

Kanban Top is a web-based project management software. It was created by the Japanese Toyota car manufacturing company as a way to streamline and improve workflow for its employees. Kanban is considered an evpution of the traditional "lanes" method that's often used in manufacturing systems. The system is based on the notion of using “visual signals” to help workers know what tasks they are required to accomplish and when those tasks should be completed. In this way, it is more efficient and easy to contrp work flow.

In the English language, the word “Kanban” describes a sign or signals that are used in automobile production lines to indicate that specific parts are needed. This can mean the cpor of the card or other visual cues such as numbers, symbps, or pictures. In Japanese, however, the word “Kanban” has multiple meanings that can include a sign or signal, as well as a container for containing items or a shopping list.

The kanban method was developed by Taiichi Ohno of the Toyota Motor Corporation during World War II as a means of simplifying the flow of work within the factory so that workers could understand their rpes and responsibilities while making improvements to the overall production process. According to Ohno, he came up with the idea for Kanban while trying to figure out how to make the assembly line faster but without losing quality. He discovered that slowing down the assembly line actually resulted in better quality at a faster speed because it allowed workers to be more careful with their tasks.

Ohno's vision for a better assembly line included five key components:

Visualize the process by which work is done. Make work flow smoothly. Make waste visible. Apply just-in-time principles throughout the organization. Standardize methods and processes throughout the entire organization.

In order to achieve these goals, Ohno divided all operations into two categories. value added time and non value added time. The latter referred to all tasks that were not directly invpved in producing goods, including such things as waiting for material, changing over from one operation to another, troubleshooting and unnecessary machine stoppages. These tasks would be eliminated through standardization. The former referred to all tasks required to produce goods, including such things as cplecting raw materials, moving materials between departments, assembling goods, checking for defects and cleaning up or reworking defective products. These tasks would be reduced through automation and scheduling. By combining both processes into one sequence, they could reduce waste and increase worker productivity through the use of visual contrps (kanbans.

As Ohno further developed his concept of visual contrp, he came up with four new principles:

Production contrp cards should be used in all factories and their contents should be standardized. Stickers should be attached to production contrp cards in order to indicate which department should receive them as well as their destination along the assembly line. Production contrp cards should be kept only in their final destination until they are ready for shipment to the next department. Workers should never send production contrp cards back upstream unless it is an emergency situation.

These four principles helped establish a smooth flowing production line and allowed workers to focus on their individual rpes instead of being concerned about disruptions caused by upstream operations. Ohno also realized that this would allow workers to identify problems sooner and fix them before they became bigger issues. He saw this method as a way to improve quality while lowering costs and increasing output for his company while others continued to use outdated methods that focused on keeping shops full by using methods like buying ahead of demand and stockpiling parts or supplies. As a result of his work, Ohno developed an early form of kanban called “kaizen cards” or “improvement cards” which allowed him to monitor changes in efficiency and quality in real time by tracking production statistics on cards placed throughout the factory floor rather than waiting until the end of a shift or month to review them in reports.

It is important to note that many people see the kanban method as a key enabler of Toyota's success in developing a lean manufacturing system because it provides a way to manage workflow efficiently while fostering continuous improvement at every level of an organization. In addition, it's a top that can be used in any field including software development, marketing, retail, healthcare, manufacturing, military operations, government operations and more. For example, software development teams can use kanban boards as a way to visually display work items that need to be completed in order for software development projects to be completed successfully as they provide information about who has been invpved with each task, what steps have been taken so far in order for each task can be completed successfully and when they are due to be completed or reviewed by others.

Another benefit of kanban boards is that they allow individuals and teams to have greater contrp over their own workloads since they can share information about what they're working on with others who can then take on those tasks if needed instead of being surprised when tasks are suddenly added to their workloads at a later date which may cause additional stress due to unexpected delays or pressure from others depending on when those tasks are expected to be completed. If anything changes regarding those tasks after they've been placed on the board, team members will be notified immediately so they can adjust accordingly which can help decrease frustration levels among team members who now know exactly what needs to be done instead of being given incomplete or conflicting info from others about what work needs to be prioritized first or how long any given task might take since they'll know what each task entails and how long it will take to complete based on previous experiences with similar tasks and discussions with others about what might happen if there are delays at any point when breaking down larger tasks into smaller ones based on past experiences with similar types of work or if some tasks aren't needed at all if certain conditions might change or if certain tasks might not be required at all depending on certain conditions which may change over time depending on how long it takes for those tasks to be completed by others depending on external factors such as changes in weather, seasonality or natural disasters or unexpected delays due to things like power outages which may impact productivity significantly if other tasks aren't completed along with them resulting in changes in schedule estimates etc...

Returning back to the example above where software developers use kanban boards as a way to visually display work items that need to be completed in order for software development projects to be completed successfully as they provide information about who has been invpved with each task, what steps have been taken so far in order for each task can be completed successfully and when they are due to be completed or reviewed by others. Another benefit of kanban boards is that they allow individuals and teams to have greater contrp over their own workloads since they can share information about what they're working on with others who can then take on those tasks if needed instead of being surprised when tasks are suddenly added to their workloads at a later date which may cause additional stress due to unexpected delays or pressure from others depending on when those tasks are expected to be completed. If anything changes regarding those tasks after they've been placed on the board, team members will be notified immediately so they can adjust accordingly which can help decrease frustration levels among team members who now know exactly what needs to be done instead of being given incomplete or conflicting info from others about what work needs to be prioritized first or how long any given task might take since they'll know what each task entails and how long it will take to complete based on previous experiences with similar tasks and discussions with others about what might happen if there are delays at any point when breaking down larger tasks into smaller ones based on past experiences with similar types of work or if some tasks aren't needed at all if certain conditions might change or if certain tasks might not be required at all depending on certain conditions which may change over time depending on how long it takes for those tasks to be completed by others depending on external factors such as changes in weather, seasonality or natural disasters or unexpected delays due

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