Trello is the easy, free, flexible, and visual way to manage your projects and organize anything, trusted by millions of people from all over the world.
Trusted by millions, Trello is the visual collaboration tool that creates a shared perspective on any project. Trello’s boards, lists and cards enable you to organize and prioritize your personal and work life in a fun, flexible and rewarding way.
Use Trello the way your team works best. We’ve got the flexibility & features to fit any team’s style:
- Collaboration, Simplified: Organize and track all of your teams tasks, files, and information in one place.
- A Productivity Platform: Easily integrate the apps your team already relies on right into your workflow.
- Always In Sync: Stay connected from the boardroom to the beach with Trello’s mobile apps by your side.
Trello lets you work more collaboratively and get more done.
As a project manager, you wear many hats and juggle one too many balls in the air. You could consider yourself a modern-day jester. But sometimes the depth and weight of your responsibilities are not something to laugh about.
At this point, we’re confident you’re close to being an expert Trello user. You know all the shortcuts, how to embed cards into applications, and the tricks in your boards and cards to get more done with fewer frustrations. But as you, our whip smart and highly productive reader, know, constant education is essential to keep your skills fresh and relevant. So without further ado, let’s learn more Trello features and functionalities so you can really show off your newfound tricks to your team.
There is a self-destructive force that prevents artists, entrepreneurs, and hustlers of every sort from doing their most important work. The bad news? Everyone experiences this force. The good news? It can be managed.
Previously on “Using Trello like a Pro,” we talked about the under-the-surface features that make using Trello super fast. We didn't even come close to exhausting all the cool stuff you can do and since we’ve added a bunch more, we decided to continue the series. This is our second installment. Also check out the later installment Using Trello like a Pro: Part 3.
Trello is a very simple tool on the surface and as you pull back the layers, you will discover how dynamic and powerful it is for any and every project. Millions of people and companies of all kinds and sizes use Trello to manage everything from team communication, onboarding processes, customer support, weekly to-do lists, and even meal planning schedules.
Public Trello boards are a great way to get your message out to your community and to engage with your users. Use these 7 pro tips and successful workflows from other brands using Trello to reach the masses in a direct and powerful way. In his Trello Day talk, Bentley breaks down exactly how to set up a public Trello board of your own, as well as examples and best practices.
No matter your Trello skill level, undoubtedly there are some features you haven’t discovered yet. Level up your skills with learnings from one of Trello's OG team members, Lauren Moon, in her crowd favorite Trello Day talk featuring insider tips that will make you a Trello pro.
Do you really know how effective your current Trello workflow is? Why not use quantitative proof to find out? In her Trello Day talk, Alicia Williams of Google explains how to use analytics and data insights about performance to improve the effectiveness of Trello team workflows.
Didn't make it to Barcelona for Trello Day? Watch the Trello Day keynote from Trello co-founder Michael Pryor as he shares the past, present, and future of Trello.
Learn how the new Trello home helps Bumble’s factory kick it into high (productivity) gear. The new Trello home view provides you with the high level perspective of what’s happening at any moment across your teams, boards, and card activities.