Originally rolled out through a subsidiary of Atlassian in 2011, Trello was introduced as a stand-alone software from the company of the same name in 2014. It is one of the most prominent work collaboration applications that allows you to organize and prioritize tasks and projects in a flexible, fun and rewarding way. It offers boards, cards and lists to help you make lengthy notes and reminders and manage your work effectively. The application allows you to think outside the box when it comes to organizing and prioritizing, hence making planning a fun task.
Trello mainly utilizes Kanban boards (representing projects), lists (to track statuses of different projects) and cards (representing tasks) to organize your work in real time. It helps you manage multiple projects at once using visual ticklers. This allows you to see who is working on the project and who is slacking, while also highlighting the status of the projects. This cloud-based task management app helps you remove or minimize bottlenecks and find ways to work around things. In addition to its easy-to-use interface, Trello provides free mobile apps, including board buttons/custom card, a checklist tool and built-in rule-based workflow automation with buffer, along with several other features.
Who is it for?
Trello is for everyone who wishes to take their organizing and planning skills to the next level, and make it easier for themselves to prioritize and execute their projects. Catered to teams of all sizes, for doers as well as creators, Trello makes planning personal, fun and interesting. It helps keep all tasks of all teams organized, accounted for and visible at a glance instantly.
Therefore, whether you are a stay-at-home mum planning for the next family vacation, a tech enthusiast who is working on a side project with friends, or an employee assigned to lead the team and meet the project goals on specified deadlines, Trello makes everything easier and convenient for users of all ages and social statuses.Read More >>>