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What is Trello?

Trello is a project management application that utilizes Kanban boards (which represent projects), cards (which represent tasks), and lists (which can be used to track the statuses of different projects) to move tasks or organize your resource materials in real-time. As with Kanban, the app lets you manage multiple projects simultaneously through visual ticklers. You can see who’s working on what as well as what the statuses of tasks and projects are. It can help you track your entire work progress from start to finish.

Trello lets your teams work more collaboratively so you can get more done. Keep everyone in the loop, get the most out of each meeting, and multiply your productivity with features that make work fun, flexible, and rewarding. Every team, from startups to enterprises, use Trello to organize, track, and coordinate workflows.

Freelancers and small businesses will find the pricing appealing (a freemium is available), while larger companies will have no problem scaling its features. Other key features include built-in rule-based workflow automation with buffer, custom card/board buttons, and a checklist tool.

Overview of Trello benefits

People seek a way to organize, plan, and share information related to all of life’s projects. The use case shouldn’t be limited by the tool — you can apply the same framework from work to other dimensions of life. Adaptable to any workflow, Trello boards can be used to accomplish any project or business team.

Within a Trello team, boards can be grouped into Collections by the business team (HR, Sales, Marketing, Design, etc.), board type (Projects, Meetings, Brainstorms, etc.), strategic initiative, or anything else. Inherently visual, Trello gives you perspective at a glance across their entire project, making it easy to see who’s doing what and what still needs to get done.

Here are the main Trello benefits:

Flexibility

Since the app is open-ended, Trello can be used for organizing any type of task — small or big, business or otherwise. This means that you can use the app to manage your company’s daily goals, keep track of meetings with colleagues, and organize your personal life.

Cloud Storage

Accessible from a desktop browser, Trello also provides you with free Android and iOS apps, lending to greater flexibility. You can manage your projects in the office, field, or anywhere you are internet-connected because your data is safely backed up in the cloud.

Features

Learn more about the features that differentiate Trello from the competition.

Pricing

Learn more about Trello's pricing options so you can make a business-wise decision on the best software to use.

Compare

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