Trello: organize anything‪!‬ 4+

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Trello, Inc.

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Manage any team project or task thanks to Trello’s boards, cards and checklists. Improve collaboration and productivity—join our community of 50 million registered users!

Organize anything with anyone—for free!

Trello is a visual tool for organizing your work and life. Join more than 35 million registered users to organize all your projects at work, at home, or anywhere in between.

Whether you’re planning a website design project, vacation, or company off-site, Trello is infinitely customizable and flexible for your every need.

With Trello you can:

**TACKLE TO-DO LISTS WITH EASE

* Get more done with Trello’s customizable-yet-simple boards, lists, and cards.
* Go from idea to action in seconds by creating cards and dragging them across the board to follow your project’s progress.
* Add checklists, labels, and due dates the way you see fit and give your projects the fuel they need to get across the finish line.

**MINIMIZE THE MENTAL LOAD

* Free your brain from remembering every planning detail.
* Add Power-Ups like a Calendar view of your due dates or add locations to cards to get a Map view—your project will take on a whole new perspective.

**STAY IN THE KNOW — EVEN ON THE GO

* To stay organized no matter where you are, turn on notifications and stay informed when cards are assigned, updated, and completed.
* Trello works offline! Add information to your boards and cards at any time and it will be saved for when you need it. We got your back.

Trade in your sticky notes (and mental notes) for Trello’s digital boards. Get started for free today!

For more ideas on how to use Trello, visit: www.trello.com/inspiration

We value transparency and will ask for permissions to access: Camera, Microphone, Contacts and Photo Library Usage.

What’s New

Version 2023.2

This release introduces some nice updates to adding and viewing cards, along with a number of bug fixes. Among the changes:

For compatible QR codes, you can now create a Trello card by scanning them with your camera. Simply tap the “+ Add Card” link and select “Scan QR Code”!
We’ve also improved accessibility for link previews that can be viewed in your cards.

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
5.4K Ratings

5.4K Ratings

MatthewsMomma ,

Calendar

I absolutely love this app it works great for my network marketing business I’m able to keep track of all my potential‘s and my customers there’s only one thing that I wish was different which would be when you open the Calendar power up instead of showing what you scheduled for that day I wish it would show the persons name instead of what you typed in you had to do for that person that day. So on the Phone app it shows the task but when I open Trello on my computer and open up the Calendar power up it shows the name of the person I put on that card so I guess what I’m saying is I wish on the Phone app that it would show the name on the card that was created rather than the checklist that you added to that card. Maybe there’s a way for it to do that and I just don’t know how?? Also is there a reason why we can’t add checklists that are premade two cards through the iPhone app?? And lastly can we get the time stamps removed from the due dates or have the option of an “all day”.

Lyphsex ,

Pretty good but could be better

Good overall but there a few seemingly minor-to-add things that would be significant quality of life improvements. These are what’s missing that I think wouldn’t be hard to add that would be big improvements: ability to sort by due date on the app (this one is hugely irritating since this feature is available on the browser version), ability to select a default auto sorting (like to always have it sorted by due date instead of having to resort it every time after adding new cards), ability to set the times that reminders are sent (as it is it’s just auto set to send a reminder 24 hours before the due date set, and that’s not useful for a lot of things that I need reminders for in school). It would be nice if there was a setting that marked cards as completed in the due date box when they are moved to my “Done” column area, instead of needing to manually do it. It would also be nice if the icon for the checklist on the collapsed cards wasn’t checked off unless all the items on the checklist are checked off; it’s counterintuitive for the box to be shown checked off when I don’t have anything checked off on the checklist. Would be easier to manage what’s done and what’s not visually if the box were not checked until the checklist is completed. I still have to supplement this app with other reminder apps and google calendar and tasks because of the lack of ability to set reminders at specific times/days.

jony5b ,

Can’t live without it

Trello has run my life for more than 5 years. The tool is so flexible and simple at the same time, the main limitation is your imagination. Recently the AI has started to make itself more obvious and helpful to my workflows. I’m enjoying an app that has been a core part of my life mainly in the past on web/desktop, now across web, phone and tablet even more than I have ever enjoyed it before. I have used similar and arguably more power tools like AirTable extensively. I might find my way back to that tool for some use cases, maybe such as programming integrations... but Trello is my home for what to do next, quarterly and yearly planning, goals, ideating, basic project management and recently it has sort of evolved into a personal diary of the day gone past. If I could ask one thing of the Trello team, it would be to have the power to turn off/toggle features/UI elements per board. Everything from labels, to activity, due date and members. This would make the tool comparable to airtable where you can customize the noise/size of each card to minimize unnecessary visual data overload per the specific task/data set you are utilizing the tool for. Thanks Trello Team. 💕💕 Trello so much, I even bought the yearly gold subscription even though I don’t need it.

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