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What’s all of the fuss over Trello?

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What’s all of the fuss over Trello?

Trello is a project management application tool that is available online and through mobile, allowing you to delegate tasks and reach your optimum productivity. And it doesn’t have to be limited to your work life – you can use it in your personal too. There really are no limits! Plus it’s completely free.

Trello gets its inspiration from Kanban, which is a japanese system that organises workflow visually, with cards organised into columns often named ‘to do’, ‘doing’ and ‘done’. Or, think of it like sticky notes on a wall, converted to an online tool that you can take around with you anywhere you go – great for working at home or on the go.

Trello allows you to create ‘boards’, whether that be an individual one for a project, or dedicating a board to sets of activities, where you can prioritise your tasks. Not only this, but you can add team members, assign them tasks, and view an ‘activity feed’ from them, where you can add comments and stay in the loop. ‘Watching’ the board also allows you to keep up to date with the updates by emailing you when new ones are made – nifty!

Trello then takes it one step further – allowing you to add coloured labels, checklists and due dates. The productivity never ends.

Whether you’re delegating tasks to your team, or planning your family life, Trello can be an effective productivity tool to help you visually view your tasks, allowing you and your team to manage it all in one place.

Rebecca is a Digital Marketing Coordinator at Siren Search.

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