There are several options to assign a card:
1. Assign a Card from the None field
If a card is not assigned upon card creation -> click on the None field at the top right side of the card to open a drop-down menu with all users in the board. Select the username you want to assign to the card. For convenience, your Username always appears at the second position in the list.
2. Assign a Card from the card Context Menu
Click on the card context menu -> select Assignee -> a drop-down menu with the users in the board will appear. Select the username you want to assign to the card.
3. Assign a Card from the Card Details
Open up the card -> click on the Assignee field to open the drop-down menu with the users in the board. Select the username you want to assign to the card and update it.
4. Is it possible to assign multiple users to a single card?
In Kanbanize, you can only assign one person to a card. There is an ideological reason behind it - we do not recommend having more that one assignee. The reason is that very often the collective responsibility bears the risk to turn into collective irresponsibility.
There can be only one owner of the work item, but there is an option to add more participants/contributors via the custom field of type: "Contributor".
To visualize the second assignee on the card -> add a Custom field of type Contributor (follow the link to find a step by step tutorial on how to „Manage Custom Fields“). Once the Custom field is successfully created, open the card and click on Add field -> Click on the "Contributor" custom field to add it to the card -> click on None and use the drop-down menu to select the user you want to assign as a second contributor to the card.
If the custom filed is mandatory for the card it will become available with the card creation.
5. How to Assign Subtasks
The subtasks of a card can be assigned to different team members than the official assignee of the card.
Open the subtasks of the card -> click on the assignee icon of the subtask and select a user from the dropdown list.