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Worried for the future
I’ve been a paying user of Trello since 2012. Within the last year or so Trello has become administered by Atlassian. There has been a recent change to the operation of Trello that has me concerned for the future. Users (including paying users) are no longer allowed to have personal private boards. Atlassian/Trello are making all users group their boards within user defined teams. There used to be a “No Team” option, but not any more. Any team wanting more than 10 boards is required to purchase an additional subscription. So your membership that states you have unlimited boards doesn’t really include unlimited boards. Yes, yes, Atlassian/Trello will deflect by hoping you will be lost in the noise when they respond to complaints by repeating useless team and board administrative strategies. The fact is they have removed a useful function and users in community discussions are not pleased.
It is still a good function tool, but Atlassian/Trello is unnecessarily complicating the user’s administration.
Developer Response ,
Hi There! We appreciate your honest feedback.
Trello is moving to a model (https://blog.trello.com/future-of-trello) where you can think of Teams as “workspaces” and all boards will eventually be in a Workspace—be that a business workspace, a home workspace, a book club workspace, etc. There are a lot of small changes we need to make (and some big ones) to get there but you can imagine the end state as all boards are in a workspace (and a workspace is essentially what we call a Team today).
One of these changes is that from now on all new boards must be placed into a Team. That's why the option "No team" is not available anymore in the "Create Board" screen. You can choose from your existing teams or create a new one to hold your new board.
Trello doesn't have any limitation on the number of teams you can have, so this is a good opportunity to review your current teams and make sure they are keeping your boards organized in a way that works for you.
In the future, all boards will have to be placed into a team, so while you're at it, you can also move your existing personal boards (https://help.trello.com/article/752-changing-the-team-to-which-a-board-belongs) into teams to get ahead of the upcoming changes.
I hope this helps to clarify! Please contact us at trello.com/contact if you have any other questions or concerns. We will be happy to help! 😁
I think it would be a great feature to have the “time to completion” displayed on each tile. I use trello for task creation for my work and would love to be able have a rough idea at the start of each day how long a given tile will take to complete. Maybe it can be calculated by using the sub tasks attached to the given tile? (Ie. if sub task A = 1 hr, & sub task B = 2hr, then tile = 3hr).
I know there is the start date and end date with the actual time, but having a “scope” tracker for each tile would be a lot more seamless and efficient to fill in, esp. when the date is subject to a lot of change.
Developer Response ,
Hey Belle, Thanks for the suggestion, Could you please explore Trello Ecosystem for Powerups to see if one of the time tracker apps fits your usecase: https://trello.com/power-ups/search?q=time%20tracking
Epic app B)
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