We have been using Trello a LOT in our recent projects and for good reasons. Aside from the fact that it helps us get our job done and get our projects organized, Trello is FUN to use and is flexible enough to use in any kind of scenario.
If you are considering Trello, here are 5 Reasons for Using Trello in Your Next Project
- Trello is free, for the basic account. There is no upfront cost involved and there is zero barrier to entry as far as money in concerned.
- Trello is like a game. Using Trello’s boards, list and cards, you can actually have FUN using it since you can move things around, add labels. checklist, attachments and move cards from one list to another, drag and drop
- Trello is good for lists — any kind of lists. Aside from project tasks, I also use Trello for keeping track of my domain names, books, recurring subscriptions (and their due dates!), and of course even personal lists.
- Trello has a mobile app, and it works like the desktop version. So you can keep track of everything, in whatever device you are using.
- Trello integrates with LOTS of services and APIs. I have found this to be useful when integrating with Slack, the team communication app. Comments and activities on Trello can trigger messages in Slack so you won’t miss any conversation.
These 5 reasons should be enough to make you consider Trello in your next project. And I am sure you will find more reasons to use it as you go along.