Great, thank you Michael for that and I’m very glad to hear that you guys think this could be improved.
@Chr1sG in this particular case, I have several Types I am using for Development: Tasks, Bugs, a few other custom ones we created thanks to Fibery’s flexibility. They all follow the same workflow though. So when one of us created a configured Board for just one of the Types and we realized we needed to add in another, Bugs, the entire configuration broke. That included the columns of “state” which happened to be the same in each and every Type in question.
I would add that one of my absolute favorite features of Fibery - and it’s very unique I have not seen it in any other tool and @mdubakov thank you for the insight to create this - is that you can configure Boards to show any of the attributes of any of the Types you are showing. And it’s a nice UI set up because if you look closely when doing this, you can see the colors of the respective Types you are configuring are represented in the attributes that apply to only those types. If there are common fields, like “Creation Date” as you mention, that will pull from all Types. But if you created a similar-named field in each, such as “Priority” in a single-select drop down, that only needs to be checked off once in order for each of the Type that has that field “priority” to show. Really well-thought out!