Tabellen, E-Mails und unendliche Benachrichtigungen sind wichtige Hindernisse für die Teamarbeit heutiger Geschäftsteams – unabhängig von ihrer Größe. Projektzuweisungen, Aufgaben und tägliche Aufgabenlisten gehen verloren, die Transparenz wird in den Hintergrund gedrängt und die Produktivität der Mitarbeiter sinkt. Teams müssen diesen ständigen Überschuss nicht nur bewältigen, sondern auch Projekte erstellen, Fortschritte verfolgen und wichtige Geschäftsziele erreichen. Was erforderlich ist, ist ein klarer Überblick über den gesamten Prozess, damit alle auf demselben Stand sind.
Trello stellt sich vor: Ein visuelles Collaboration-Tool, das auf spielerische, flexible und lohnenswerte Weise eine gemeinsame Perspektive für dein Team bei jedem Projekt schafft.
* Trello ist für alle da *
Von Vertrieb und Marketing bis hin zu Personalabteilungen und Betrieben können Teams Trello entwerfen und an ihre individuellen Bedürfnisse und Arbeitsstile anpassen. Mit mehr als 100 Integrationen in andere wichtige Tools wie Google Drive, Slack, Jira usw. ist Trello ein mit Leben gefüllter Projektknotenpunkt für teamübergreifende Zusammenarbeit, egal wo deine Arbeit stattfinden muss.
* Intuitiv einfach *
In Sekundenschnelle von der Idee zur Aktion: Trello's Kernfunktionen sind so nachvollziehbar wie Sticky Notes an die Wand zu kleben. Es gibt keinen umständlichen Einstiegsprozess, daher ist die Teilnahme in einer Gruppe einfach. Melde dich an, tritt einem Team bei und siehe sofort den Fortschritt aller Projekte des Teams.
* Arbeit kann auch Spaß machen *
Trello bringt Freude an der Teamarbeit, indem es transparent ist und board- und teamübergreifend genutzt werden kann. Nutzer können Trello anpassen (und dabei Spaß haben!), und zwar mit Funktionen wie Board-Hintergründen, Emoji-Reaktionen und Aufklebern.
It's a great tool. The paradigm of board / list / card is easy to follow and simple to teach to even the most technophobic user.
Trello's "board / list / card" format makes it great for sharing tasks and passing them over to other departments to track production flow. Our company produces upwards of 200 new products per year so the production details are passed between departments and handed-off with ease with this tool.
The Free Tier versus the Business Tier is a big jump. There's very little room to tiptoe into the commercial version of the tool. The Business version is expensive for large organizations. That being said, the free tier does everything we need it to do. The biggest downside of this system is that you can potentially back up the system by downloading json files, but there is NO TOOL to restore lost data! One would have to manually re-enter every card and every detail in the system which would be a disaster. They really do need to focus on their import/export abilities which are currently completely nonexistent.
Trello is an ingenious site to create ToDO lists. I know a few companies that use Trello and I do.
I use Trello to create ToDo lists for the completion of my computer game. So current problems are listed there and colored whether the problem still exists or has been fixed.
When I have new ideas, I create a Trello map.
So I have my ideas, important things and problems directly in one place.
I have tested a CMS for my webserver that works similar to Trello. However, it has always turned out that Trello is the better choice.
There are some positive things, but also some that bother me. One of the positive features of Trello is that it is absolutely free. I can use it without any costs and have all my information in one place. Trello's smartphone app helps me stay up to date and add new ideas even when I'm on the go. The website is quickly loaded even if the internet is not so good and you can access everything quickly and easily.
What really bothers me about using Trello is that you can only create these vertical boxes and then always add new lists to the right. In the beginning that's ok, but with larger collections of ideas, problems or todo-things in general, the board quickly becomes confusing.
With my current board I have to scroll 10 minutes to the right (Of course that's a bit exaggerated, but you know what I mean, don't you?) to get to my other lists. In any case, I hope for a better user interface that is clearer and makes it easier to work with a team on the board.
I have been using it for personal purposes. I just found the app and decide to try it. Because of our energetic and dynamic days, there is a strong need to stay focused and organized, I think that app is very good for doing this. It helps you stay organized, always know what exactly you need to do at the moment, schedule your time and stay healthy mind because you do not need to remember all the things in your head and you can focus on your daily tasks.
I pretty recommend this app for every purpose. I think everyone can find himself or herself here because it can save a lot of time, nerves and not finished on-time job.
I think it is a very powerful and useful 2019s app for better everyday life.
This software has multiple features to like. Some of them are:
1. It helps you to organize all your tasks - from your home needs, vacations, what to buy for eating, to your business needs and office tasks.
2. You can share your projects with your family, team or friends - For example, you will no longer forget to say to your partner what to do instead of you at home - just share your common tasks and everything is ready.
3. You can easily create categories - like TO DO, IN PROGRESS, IDEAS and whatever you like. With this feature you always will see exactly what you want - for example you will always see only what you need to do and nothing else unnecessary.
4. You can add to your tasks images, due dates, attachments. You can share a task with specific people only. You can create checklists which I think are very powerful for one task because you just check everything you have done.
5. There are different design templates that help you organize different tasks for different spheres of life - like Home tasks, Business tasks, Study tasks.
6. The design is super pretty and eye-catching and for me, it is a pleasure to work with that kind of beautiful app.
7. You can synchronize your projects and tasks between your devices - PCs, laptops, phones, and tablets. I think this is useful because let's say you can write down all your tasks for the week on the PC on Sunday and then just check them on your phone throughout the entire week.
Till my using, I didn't find any inconvenience working with the app. I think that the app is very intuitive, easy to use and powerful for all your needs.
Of course, if you need it for strong purposes, you need to pay a bit for it, but I think the pricing is very good for all the powerful features the app supports.
Overall I have found Trello to be of benefit both personally and to our team. Trello has helped our management keep track of each team member's workloads from a big picture standpoint, and has helped with distribution (and re-distribution) of work. It has also been beneficial to me in terms of organizing and keeping track of the work that I'm doing. As someone naturally disorganized, this is a major compliment. It has been so helpful that I am considering using it for my personal projects as well.
Trello is an organizational powerhouse. Personally, neither my mind nor my typical work style are very organized -- I'm all about scattered thoughts and scattered notes. Trello offers a myriad of solutions for the problem that is me. From separate boards for separate projects/task types, to separating lists of cards by various types, to individual cards, the organization options offered by Trello's "to-do" lists are pretty granular. This system is very easy to use, but the deeper you go -- especially once you start playing with Trello's various powerups -- the more complex it becomes. There is a lot to be said for the extension of functionality offered by said powerups -- they go from simple extensions of base functionality to drastic shifts in how information is presented (such as calendar view) or integration of other services (including Google Drive and Dropbox). Trello is pretty easy to use out of the box for an unorganized person such as myself, but offers a lot of possibilities for the power users willing to dive, or the highly organized among us.
Aside from its many organizational functions, which are stellar, the main draw of Trello is that it allows for sharing and collaboration among users. My team (10-20 people), for example, uses a single shared Trello board, with card lists for each team member, across all of our projects. Since everyone can see everything, this has led to occasional weirdness between members of our team. Perhaps this is just due to the organizational structure we've settled on -- perhaps I'm saying the con is people.
On that note -- there doesn't seem to be an easy undo function, so if you mess something up on a shared board you may end up creating confusion.
The notification system is also not ideal. Trello is not the place to go if you require the person you're communicating with's immediate attention.
The ease of use and layout makes this great for smaller projects, but also holds the platform back from fulfilling the needs of bigger operations. With my experience with Trello, I think it is a must-have tool for freelancers, small companies and new startups.
Trello is a project management software that allows teams to collaborate on a project. This platform is commonly used by software development teams, small startups, and entrepreneurs who are working together with a team to create a product of sorts. It allows for easy communication, updates on tasks, and the general oversight of a project. Through my experiences of working with the software platform, here are some of the pros and cons I have found to be true of this platform.
Ease of Use - I was shocked to see older professors in a college setting using this platform, but thanks to the simplicity, almost anyone who is semi-tech savvy can easily navigate and figure out the basics of Trello.
Device Accessibility - Typically, when you are on the go, you don't always have time to be working off of your laptop. With Trello, it is easy to manage boards, lists, and cards from a mobile or tablet device.
Notifications - It is easy to stay up to date with any project as users are sent notifications through the mobile and web app platforms.
Layout - The way the task, cards, and list are set up allows for one to quickly understand the status of the project and access details needed in specific areas of the project.
Limited Storage - In the freemium model, the most each file attachment can be in size is 10 MB. This can be problematic if the team needs to view a PDF, video, or slide deck presentation that you are trying to add to the board. This can easily be resolved by a user posting a link on Trello of a google drive file, but the creation of that google drive file may come as an inconvenience.
Commenting - As progress is made, you may want to edit a comment made previously to avoid confusion among team members. Trello does not allow for editing comments, which can come as a hassle. Instead, you must write a new comment.
Weiter unter folgen häufig gestellte Fragen über Trello.
Trello bietet folgende Kostenpläne an:
Beginnt ab: 5,00 $/Monat
Preismodell: Kostenlos, Abonnement
Gratis Testen: Verfügbar
Trello bietet die folgenden Funktionen:
Trello hat die folgenden typischen Kunden:
Freie Mitarbeiter, Großunternehmen, Mittlere Unternehmen, Non-Profit, Kleine Unternehmen
Trello unterstützt die folgenden Sprachen:
Chinesisch (vereinfacht), Chinesisch (traditionell), Niederländisch, Englisch, Finnisch, Französisch, Deutsch, Ungarisch, Italienisch, Japanisch, Norwegisch, Polnisch, Portugiesisch, Russisch, Spanisch, Schwedisch, Thai, Türkisch, Ukrainisch
Trello hat folgende Preismodelle:
Trello unterstützt die folgenden Geräte:
Android, iPhone, iPad
Trello kann in folgende Anwendungen integriert werden:
Avaza, Bitium, Cronforce, Dropbox, Hubstaff, SeamlessGov, Slack, Time Doctor, UserEcho, Zapier
Trello bietet folgende Optionen für Kundensupport:
Häufig gestellte Fragen, Forum, Wissensdatenbank, Online-Support, Video-Anleitungen