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Track your progress with Project Status
Track your progress with Project Status

Learn how to add a status to projects in your workspace

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Written by Noelis
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You can add a Status to projects in the workspace, so teammates can quickly see a project’s progress and know which ones they need to hop into.

Status labels are customizable to fit your team’s workflow — you can also assign colors to easily distinguish between them. They are shared across all the projects in the workspace as well, so your team can have a consistent workflow for tracking their progress.

Adding a status to a project

By default, all active projects will show a 'No Status' label when you hover over the project thumbnail.

To assign a Status to a project you've joined or been invited to, click on the 'No Status' label and select one of the default statuses or create your own to fit your workflow.

☝️ Keep in mind that only workspace members with an Editor role or higher can assign and customize Project Statuses at this time.

Customizing your Project Status

You can hover over the project thumbnail, click on the 'No Status' label and select the 'Customize' button to edit or add unique status labels that match your workflow.

Press the 'Add' button in the dropdown, add some text, select a color and click on the 'Done' button when you're ready.

When you add a custom status, it will be available to all projects in the workspace as well.

Keep in mind, you can have up to 20 statuses in each workspace.

Filter your projects by Status

You can now filter your projects by their assigned Status. By default, you can filter by: “All”, “Discovery”, “Design”, “Development”, and “No Status”.

When you add new statuses, you will see them in the dropdown as a filter option as well. It will also show the number of projects associated with a given Status.

Deleting a Project Status

To delete a Status, click on the 'Customize' button and press the 'x' to remove it from the Status list.

Deleting a Status in use by other projects will also remove it from those projects and revert them back to a 'No Status' label.

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