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Project Templates

Discover KiteSuite’s diverse project templates. Learn how each template enhances your task organization.

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Written by Gaurav Aery
Updated over a week ago

KiteSuite offers different project management templates such as Scrum, Kanban, Business along with custom templates to help you organize tasks. Each project type include unique features e.g., Scrum has sprints, Kanban has a calendar. They all share common features like dashboards, reports, and chat, and more.

In this article, we’ll show you how to take advantage of KiteSuite custom templates at every step of your project management journey.

Project templates

KiteSuite provides three different templates: Scrum, Kanban, and Business. These templates are designed to improve the way you organize your tasks. When you begin creating a project, you’ll see a screen where you can select the desired template. Let’s explore the unique features of each template:



The Scrum template streamlines task management with features such as sprints, backlogs, and diverse item types. Here’s a quick overview:

  • Easily organize tasks in the backlog and move them to sprints.

  • Utilize the sprint to initiate sprints by adding backlog tasks.

  • Benefit from the Epic feature to group items. Track progress via percentage graphs on the Epic screen.

  • Create tasks using Item types, such as Bug, Task, and Story types.

  • Note that while there’s no direct list view, you can find it within the backlog screen.

Kanban & Business

Kanban and Business templates share similarities and differ from Scrum. Here’s what they offer:

  • Access a Calendar to schedule meetings and view tasks weekly, daily, or monthly.

  • Access the List view mode to effectively manage and sort items.

  • Unlike Scrum, these templates don’t include Issue type functionality.

Common features of templates

All templates come with these shared features:

  • Dashboard


  • Board


  • Reports


  • Timesheet


  • Chat


  • Doc


  • Project setting


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