I'd love an implementation like moo do does it!!! (https://www.moo.do/). You can add as many columns as you like (panes) and shift items easily from one pane to the other. It really adds another dimension to an outliner, as you can use it for a kanban board. (Thanks for the css hack that Kirill posted recently! But a full column implementation would be awesome and increase the possible use-cases (= potential users :) )
That is currently holding me back from switching to CheckVist. I am still using Moo.do, only because you can have all your lists in different panes. Backlog - Doing - Done would all be visible besides each other. Of course, you might just split vertically and use one list, but that would really take away from the great visualisation and ease of use of the Kanban-approach.
Yes! It's sad to not be able to use this exceptional outliner as it is a cloud-based solution and therewith violates our company policy. A standalone installation would be awesome :)
By the way,...any chance to split up the lists in panes in this context and so set up a Kanban-Boad...?