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A Change To Trello Teams, Automation With Butler, Map View, And 13 Enterprise Features

Teams use Trello all over the world to manage projects and accomplish great things. People use Trello to grow their companies, shape the classroom, and even run governments. The Trello team is proud to watch Trello impact millions of people’s lives, and we’ve been laser focused on building a product that’s both super easy to use, and customizable for teams of any size.

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Lucky Number 13: New Features to Trello Enterprise

Work teams in Trello come in different shapes and sizes. Whether working to grow an itty bitty startup or as part of the Fortune 500, companies all over the world look to Trello as their go-to productivity tool to collaborate better with teammates and get more done each day. With Trello Enterprise, we’re reimagining what Enterprise software can do for large organizations without feeling like an Enterprise tool.

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New! Workflow Automation At Your Service With Trello’s Butler Power-Up

Today we are excited to introduce built-in workflow automation in Trello with the Butler Power-Up. Say goodbye to the tedious clicks and endless card drags of yesteryear, and say hello to custom automations, rules, scheduled commands, and so much more! Consider Butler to be the robo-sidekick for your team’s productivity, allowing you to create a seamless process for any task or workflow at the board or card level.

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Avoid A Cat-astrophe: Commit To A Team Knowledge Base Trello Board

"Knowledge Base Management System." While that phrase seems like a jolly jumble of business word jargon, every team has one (yes, even if it’s just an old email thread). In plain words, a knowledge base is a source of information that is collected about a particular subject. As teams grow from infancy, they get smarter about what makes them run like a well-oiled machine, like new processes, pertinent research, and rules for how to operate within their team.

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Destination, Productivity Paradise: Introducing The Map Power-Up

For many of us, projects involve more than tasks and due dates—they involve places. Whether coordinating in-person meetings with clients, organizing real estate properties to show prospective home buyers, or planning a much needed vacation getaway, location is an essential part of the organizing and planning process.

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5 Ways To Process Feedback At Work Without Triggering A Stress Response

It’s never easy taking criticism. You spent so much time and poured in so much effort—only to have your hard work ripped apart. Many of us are familiar with the saying, “no pain, no gain.” Generally speaking, I like to avoid or prevent things that can hurt me. When it comes to feedback, however, it pays off to be different! I (try to) embrace the discomfort. Don’t get me wrong, it’s never painless. We all still feel anxious, scared, and worried when receiving feedback.