"Trello is a kanban-style project collaboration tool."
Trello is an online, collaborative workspace used to manage personal and business projects. It works fairly simply, with drag-and-drop capabilities and an intuitive interface.
This tool uses cards to organize projects and day-to-day work. It can be used on an individual level as well as to collaborate with team members, not only to manage projects and tasks, but also to be used as a lesson planner, a community bulletin, or an idea repository.
The web-based solution provides tools to define projects, their requirements and the workflow to ensure projects are completed in a planned sequential manner.
Group Tasks by Projects
Track Project Hours
Yes, Trello offers FAQs, an online forum, a knowledge base, video tutorials, and technical support.
Yes, the most common services that Trello integrates with include:
Slack, Google Drive, Jira, Dropbox, MailChimp, Evernote, Pipedrive, Tick, Box, TimeCamp, Toggl, Github, Google Hangouts, and more.
Trello is generally used as a project collaboration and management tool.
Yes, Trello offers REST API.
Trello supports cloud-based platforms, including iOS and Android.
Trello is commonly used in tandem with JIRA, Bitbucket, Confluence, HipChat, and Zapier, which is a task automation software designed to simplify and eliminate repetitive tasks.
Users of Trello are businesses of all sizes, individuals, and organizations.