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Project note summary cards bring more context into your boards

Now you can get a more complete overview of the work going into your project without leaving your project board. When you reference an issue or pull request in a note, you’ll see a preview of the cross-referenced link in a summary card.

Example of project summary cards

Projects are a great way to organize tasks, but often those tasks have external dependencies to keep track of. Notes provide a way to add links to those external dependencies. Now, those references will bring valuable context like assignee, state, and labels right into view on the board.

You can add any issue or pull request on GitHub to your project by entering its URL into the note field. If it can be a first class card in the project, we’ll convert it for you. If it’s outside the scope of your project, you’ll see the new summary card instead. This behavior is automatically applied to all notes, so there’s nothing you need to do to upgrade your existing boards.

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