Trello Aggregated Reviews

Trello 01

August 22, 2019

I’ve tried the kanban boards on Notion and compared it with Trello. I love that Notion gives you granular control over setting reminders, which Trello doesn’t. But Planyway has a power up with Trello that allows me to drag and drop tasks onto a calendar view which lets me do time blocking for my work calendar.
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Trello 02

August 22, 2019

Trello is very popular software in the market.
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Trello 03

August 22, 2019

Another vote for Trello. I use it for personal todo lists as well. One nice feature is the ability to email tasks to your Trello board. The Kanban-like notes fit well with agile development methods.
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Trello 04

August 22, 2019

Actually I like Trello. It depends on what methodology you’re going to be using. Scrum or Kanban? You can configure trello to do that.
Trello is post-it notes on steroids. You can add tasks to a card, assign them to someone, set due dates, add comments and descriptions.
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Trello 05

August 22, 2019

Internally our tech team uses Target Process and several people in the company uses Trello, I’ve only really glanced around Target Process, I’ve used Trello previously but I feel like it’s just a series of digital post-it notes.
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Trello 06

August 22, 2019

trello is very popular and easy to use.
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Trello 07

August 22, 2019

Do Trello for now, JIRA is more complicated.
It kind of reminds me of things like Notepad++ vs like Eclipse/Netbeans or paint.net vs Photoshop/Illustrator.
Trello is pretty simple but easy to extend and do basically everything you need. However if you start doing extremely complicated things in a larger volume, you’ll start needing some very specific features that JIRA most likely provides. You can probably figure it out with Trello, but you might be investing extra work into reinventing the wheel.
Most small to medium businesses and small team groups can get everything done with Trello
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