There are a lot of project management tools out there. But Trello stands out from the crowd with its simplicity. It provides a straightforward system for organizing and monitoring projects at a glance. It’s so simple, in fact, that you might be tempted to pass it up in favor of something that requires a week-long training course.
Trello is, at its core, an online corkboard. You use it to organize “cards” into lists—those cards can be tasks, notes, projects, shared files, or anything else that helps your team work together. It’s based on a simple idea: for effective project management, you need full visibility over all relevant tasks and flexibility to rearrange them as your priorities change.
THE BASICS OF TRELLO
This tutorial introduces you to the tools and elements that make the Trello so great. Understand the functions of the different boards and familiarize yourself with the intuitive workflow that is built into the process of using Trello.
Our team at Whakaaro Factory love Trello and use to manage all of our in house projects as well as our client projects. We believe that its the easiest way for us to collaborate with our clients online, and the most visual way to communicate ideas and concepts with our clients.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us, we are pretty good at using Trello now and think its the best tool in the world, so we are very happy to assist you and give you some tips and tricks when you need them, otherwise I would highly encourage you to have a tutu and explore what Trello has to offer!
We hope this was informative and gives you a good idea of how this all works. We will most likely send you an invitation to Trello if you’re not already on it, and then get your project all set up and ready to go.
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