In my dashboard, I have an inline set for 4 classes I take. However, this looks a bit odd, as my 4th class goes off screen, so I need to scroll over to the right to have it fully in view. This problem only gets bigger if you have more than 4 tags that you want to see in a Kanban.
I have already set the layout width of my dashboard to 100%, so I cannot make the page any wider to fit it in. I can also use
ctrl - to zoom out, but it affects the scaling of everything else, which I do not want to happen.
I think that there should be an option to make the kanban columns take up a percentage of the available width rather than a set amount, for example, I have 4 columns so anytype would make each take 25% of the available space, 20% if I had 5, or 16.6% if I had 6, etc. This way, it will always fit page it is on.
There would be a problem of it being too crammed together if there are too many columns, so this could be solved by having an additional setting to limit how small they can be, for example, the user could set a limit for the size to be no smaller than 10%, and if the size goes under that, automatically set it to 10% and allow it to overflow to the right, or just turn off this auto-adjust feature.
Alternatively, the user could manually set what percentage of the width the columns take up (or each individual one), or have an option to manually drag and adjust sizes.
Another alternative is to have the overflowing columns go to the bottom as a new row, this would also allow you to fit all the kanban boards onto 1 page without scrolling to the side.