Trying to think of creative ways to manage large project lists

Right now, we currently use a calendar to position our projects. However, we are in carpentry, and jobs move around a ton. Install dates are almost never set in stone, and they can change by the hour.

I’m trying to think of a good way to organize the projects (88 of them). In reality, it’s just an order of priority. The job that currently needs to get installed next is the one that we work on right now. Then, if that changes, we swap over to the other job. It’s all word of mouth though. Nobody is really looking at the calendar because it’s way too complex.

Does anybody have good ideas on how to set this up in Monday?

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I’m intrigued by your question but it really depends on what you want to accomplish with Monday. Just guessing, it seems you might want to know quickly what people are working on now and what might be up next in terms of priorities if something changes?

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