The Group option in Infinity will allow you to categorize items in a folder according to different attributes: Checkbox, Members, Labels, Date, Number, Rating, Reference, Vote and Source Folder (in case you're working with subfolders or the Overview mode).

Once you choose how you’ll group your items, the group button will change to represent the attribute you’ve chosen, e.g. ‘Grouped by Status.’


To be able to create different groups, you’ll first have to assign attributes to your items. If you haven’t already, we suggest you first check out the section on attributes.

Once you add one or more of the attributes suitable for grouping (e.g. checkbox, members, labels and date), they will appear as group options.

The only thing you need to do then is to click the Group button right below your tabs and choose how you want to group your items.


For example, if you’ve created a checkbox to differentiate between finished and pending tasks, you can group the items to see which tasks still need to be done. Or, you can group your items by the ‘Priority’ label.


{primary} NOTE: This GIF was made prior to the changes made in design and featues, but the action (how Group works) is the same.

To get an even more detailed view, you can include filters to see, for example, only the pending tasks from specific team members.

Or, you can switch to a different view to see these groups from a different angle. A great example of that would be grouping your items by task status and setting the view to Columns.

So, let’s say you create labels for task status that would be To Do, Doing and Done. Then change the view to Columns and group your items by task status. This way, you will get a visual representation of your team’s progress.

{primary} NOTE: It's not possible to group items by different attributes at once. You can only group items by one attribute at the time.

If needed, you can also show and hide empty groups in your boards and foders, so that they don't interfere with your work and organization, and take up unnecessary space.