When we debuted the Trello Team Toolkit early this year, it was because we knew that teams everywhere had big things to do and even bigger things to accomplish, together. We wanted to give teams something extra to celebrate—a day-to-day way of working that was more productive, more collaborative, and easier to manage.
Your board workflow is set up, those lists are nicely organized, and you even have cool images sprinkled throughout as card covers to give your team more clarity. What now? That’s what Trello is all about isn’t it?
Are you ready to take your team to the next level with Trello Business Class? In this article, I’m digging into all the ways you can supercharge your team and get the most for your Business Class buck. From workflow automation and powerful new features to additional admin security, your team will not only be able to get a boost in productivity and collaboration, but will also have the peace of mind that comes with better organization and team administration.
Each Trello board tells a unique story. It might be a development story showcasing what a company is building. Or it could be a template for people across the world to learn how to work with the agile methodology. Maybe it’s a story about a team working towards a shared mission, or an individual's personal goals.
Due dates are one of the most used features in Trello. They are super helpful for keeping your team (or just yourself!) on track to hit deadlines. You can set a date and time for when a card is "due" by adding a due date via the card back under "Add" in the card's sidebar.
Is there anything more satisfying than completing a long checklist of to-do tasks? The simple act of crossing off items on your to-do list is a blissful feeling. Whether you’re Type A or Type Z, we all need checklists to keep track of our many professional and passion projects—especially when they involve several moving parts and multiple team members.
Communication should be about simplification. It should be about getting everyone on the same page with the right information in the right place. When a project involves multiple teams or a lot of stakeholders, people sometimes overshare to make sure their message gets across. But you shouldn’t have to resort to lengthy email chains, multiple chat channels or, if you’re a Trello user, jumping from Trello board to Trello board updating cards, just to make sure everyone stays informed.