Custom fields will help you organize, group, and filter information on your workspace in different ways to personalize your airfocus workspace to fit your needs.

In this article you will learn about...

  • Benefits

  • How to create Custom fields

  • Custom field types


Custom fields are great for providing flexibility around various use cases, such as enhancing your prioritization and expanding on item details.

Learn more on the benefits of Custom fields by checking out our Q&A here.

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How to create Custom fields

  • Get started creating your Custom fields by clicking on the Settings icon on the top of your workspace, next to the workspace title

  • Select the Fields tab

  • Click on Add field at the bottom

  • Select the Custom field type to create a Custom field

Available Custom field types

  • T-shirt sizes

By removing the implied precision of a numerical score, t-shirt sizing gives an easy, clear understanding of relative sizes allowing your team to think more abstractly about the effort involved in a specific item.

Example: Use T-shirt sizes to define prioritization criteria for items.

  • Single & Multi select fields

Items may fall under one or several categories, in this case, you can choose Single or Multi select custom fields which include a drop-down picker that lets you select a single or as many options as you want.

Example: Use Single or Multi select fields to outline tags or products that items are related to.

  • Story points

Estimate the difficulty of implementing a given user story, by assigning Story points to your items. These will inform your team about the complexities, risks, and efforts involved in the story.

Example: Use Story points to help determine capacity.

  • Money

Measure the ROI or revenue of individual items with this money custom field. Select the currency type and the minimum and maximum amounts for this field.

Example: Use the Money field to help understand potential revenue.

  • Percentage

Measure individual progress by marking items' completion percentage from 0% to 100%.

Example: Use the Percentage field to help your prioritization criteria, like when using the RICE framework.

  • Date and Date range

Provide date information using a calendar selection to complete the field, this can consist of a specific date or a date range.

Date and Date range fields are linked to the Timeline view.

  • Text

Include further descriptions of your items by inputting information in free-form text.

Example: Create custom Text fields to help you enhance the item information, such as identifying outcomes and measurements of success.

  • Yes or no

Measure success or failure of your items retrospectively with this yes / no Custom field.

Example: Use the yes/no field to help identify whether an experiment was successful.

  • Number fields

Prioritize items or customer tiers with Number fields.

Example: Expand on prioritization types with Number fields, like setting a Fibonacci sequence.

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