Trello

New York City, NY, USA
2011
Nov 20, 2020   |  By Laura Duhommet
Just like a successful road trip, your next project needs plenty of snacks, some good music, and most importantly: a roadmap. A roadmap is a visual representation of a project’s timeline of development. It not only delivers the project’s big picture, but it also allows you to share a strategic vision with your team. With a project roadmap, your team can coordinate efforts and achieve objectives effectively according to a common plan.
Nov 17, 2020   |  By Emily Whitten
The end of a project often feels like the end of an era. From the early project planning stages to the very last team meeting—it’s a journey of highs, lows, and lessons learned along the way. The completion of a lengthy project comes with sighs of relief and a sense of accomplishment. But before you pop the confetti, there’s more work to be done before you call that project ‘complete’. Hold the eye rolls and hear this one out!
Nov 10, 2020   |  By Emily Whitten
Have you ever had a fantastic idea but not the exact skills to bring it to life? It’s a familiar story for many, which is probably why development and design firms are some of the most successful companies in the world. One firm, in particular, is privy to pushing the boundaries of design and technology to help their clients stand apart from their competition.
Nov 5, 2020   |  By Chris Kaundart
What happens when a small, scrappy (and productive) team finds the perfect software to propel their teamwork to the stratosphere? Ok, so maybe the Parks and Recreation department of Pawnee, Indiana isn’t a success story about a local government embracing Trello to power their digital transformation but... one can dream, right?
Oct 30, 2020   |  By Brian Cervino
There’s nothing worse than wasting time by wading through the weeds of past projects, trying to uncover that flash of inspiration you knew would come in handy at a later date. But. Where. Is. That. CARD?! Avid Trello teams and users often have 10, 20, even 30 or more boards that they work within daily. So when it comes to finding that *one* specific card amidst a sea of similarly titled cards, a headache is sure to ensue.
Oct 29, 2020   |  By Chris Kaundart
Making decisions together is a fundamental part of every team’s journey. Not only are they important from a strategic perspective, finding consensus is critical to moving the team and your projects in the same (and right) direction. After all, it’s only fair that if a decision is going to impact others and the progression of a project, they should have an opportunity to contribute to it.
Oct 26, 2020   |  By Michael Pryor
Nearly overnight, the way we work entered into a state of flux. Companies of all industries and sizes were suddenly thrust into the most rapid digital transformation of their lives, and a hybrid model of remote work sits at the center. In order to navigate constant change and uncertainty, company leaders and teams need to be flexible and agile, but most are unsure where to begin.
Oct 23, 2020   |  By Lauren Moon
If you haven’t heard, bullet journaling is a fun addition to any productivity workflow. Bullet journals first came to fruition by the hyper-organized note-takers (bless y’all), but truthfully, they’re probably most beneficial for the more scatterbrained among us. Part organization system and part doodle pad, bullet journals have become a staple for anyone juggling a myriad of tasks and projects (ahem...everyone).
Oct 21, 2020   |  By Britt Joiner
With … *gestures wildly* everything going on these days, do you ever have those times where you feel like your team isn’t really... a team? Perhaps you feel like even though you’re all working for the same company, everyone is on a different page, or maybe even reading a different book. With many of us working remotely, it can be difficult to stay in the loop and maintain visibility into what other team members or departments are up to. This is called “working in silos”.
Oct 9, 2020   |  By Kat Boogaard
A reported 39% of employees believe people in their organization don’t collaborate enough. Yet, 67% of people say spending too much time in meetings distracts them from the responsibilities of their jobs. 57% of employees say they feel isolated at work, but 41% have felt friction or dealt with conflicts while collaborating. Wait...what? What’s going on here? Do people like collaboration or dread it? Do they want more or less of it? This is quite the collaboration pickle.
Mar 13, 2020   |  By Trello
Trusted by millions, Trello is the visual collaboration tool that creates a shared perspective on any project. Take a quick tour to see how easy it is to manage any project with Trello. Signup for free at https://www.trello.com
Jan 3, 2020   |  By Trello
Learn all about Trello Templates—A great way to see sample boards (contributed by the larger Trello community) in order to get your ideas rolling!
Jan 2, 2020   |  By Trello
A board, a card, a list, oh my! In this video, we’re going over the basics of how to use Trello. Whether it’s your first time or you just want to brush up on some project management basics.
Jan 2, 2020   |  By Trello
Organizing your tasks shouldn't be a task in itself: learn how to assign to-dos to yourself and teammates, comment on cards, manage your team's progress, and more!
Jan 2, 2020   |  By Trello
Calling all rings, pings, and dings! Deadlines and notifications come in different shapes, sizes, and sounds—Learn how to manage and set them up in Trello.
May 17, 2019   |  By Trello
Want to take your team to the next level in collaboration and productivity? Looking for extra security features to admin your team? In this webinar, Brian Cervino (Senior Product Marketing Manager of Trello) will walk you through everything Business Class has to offer that will help your team stay organized, secure, and get more done.
Apr 22, 2019   |  By Trello
In this webinar, Oscar Triscon (Butler Creator) and Brian Cervino (Product Marketing Manager) take an in-depth look at the Butler Power-Up, Trello's built in automation powerhouse.
Apr 2, 2019   |  By Trello
A quick overview of Trello Enterprise - the most productive Enterprise tool that doesn’t feel like an Enterprise tool.
Mar 19, 2019   |  By Trello
Work smarter and faster with the power of Butler, Trello’s built-in automation, added to your boards. With Butler, anyone can create simple natural language commands to make work auto-magically happen on their boards, saving tons of time and bringing process to any team’s workflow.

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.