Add Board view to "My to-do" page

My team members are used to seeing their tasks in a Kanban Board, but that view in Wrike is only available in Projects or Folders, and it is not available in My to-do, unfortunately. 

I believe that other users came from Trello or similar, and they are also used to seeing their own tasks in a Kanban Board, which now is impossible to do unless everyone creates their own Dashboard, but it will be a hard job to make sure everyone creates their own (because we have multiple spaces with restricting access), and it won't be inside the My to-do page, which was preferable. 

What are your thoughts on this suggestion? 

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Hi Carlos Soares, this is an interesting suggestion, thank you for posting it! I will now pass it on to the Product team. Other Community members will hopefully support your suggestion by upvoting it, and the number of votes it gets will help our team assess the popularity of your idea 👍 You can read more about this process here.

Please let me know if I can help you with anything else 😊

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This literally came up this week with a new hire! Our only workaround is to create a Dashboard with widgets listing each swimlane status. It would be awesome to just have this as a standard view!

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Thank you for supporting here and sharing your current workaround Daisy Hibbard 🙌

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