TrustRadius team works together better with Trello!We organize the work being done by our service providers (contractors) with Trello. Trello allows us to share files and instructions with those working for us. We are able to have conversations about the work right on the Trello boards and cards. This is a lifesaver. It keeps all communications about projects in one place and easy to review by all involved. People can be easily added to and removed from cards. When someone is removed, their comments are left in tact, so we don't lose any information even when an individual is no longer actively participating in a project. We also use Trello with a few of our social media clients to organize and share information for social media and marketing campaigns. Trello makes it easy to coordinate with multiple contributors on concurrent projects.,Trello is web-based. There's nothing to download or install. This makes it particularly easy for people across different organizations to access and use the program. Trello can be set to send notifications when changes are made to lists, cards, or boards. This makes it easy to keep up with progress on the projects. The user interface of Trello is easy to learn. Organizing information is simple in Trello. The use of Boards with cards, and cards with lists, makes the information easy to access and keep tidy. This is one thing we quite appreciate about Trello. Organizing feels very intuitive with the system Trello employs.,Trello has the ability to modify formatting of information on the cards. However, it does not use a standard Visual (WYSIWYG) Editor. Rather, users must remember the shortcodes for each required format. This is not ideal. Trello allows a user to reply to another user on a list, with the use of 'tagging'. Currently, the tagging only shows the usernames, which is fine. Tagging that would translate into a user's REAL NAME might be nicer and easy to understand - especially if usernames are quite different from real names. Users can attach images to lists and cards on Trello. The images or other files are just attached to the card. It's not always clear what file is pertinent to which comments, though. If there were a way to attach an image as a comment or TO a comment, it would help the workflow.,10,We have been able to increase our workload and shorten our turn around time by adding team collaboration with Trello. Trello makes it easier to get the information to the people who need it so they can work on it when they have the opportunity. We spend less time waiting on each other for info. Training new service providers/contractors is faster and easier. They can review information on a project all in one place on Trello and come up to speed faster. Because of the nature of our work, we're often doing the same kinds of things multiple times for multiple clients. Trello allows us to keep the instructions for such activities in one place, available to anyone who needs them. We've been able to duplicate our work much more. What could only have been done by one person before can now be completed by several because they are all following the same set of instructions that we've created in a Trello card.,Google Docs and Basecamp,Hootsuite Pro, Dropbox, FreshBooks, GreenRope, Sprout Social, Google Analytics, Google Drive, Evernote,Implemented in-house,Yes,Change management was a small part of the implementation and was well-handled,It took quite a bit of encouragement to get everyone to use Trello all the time for project management. They liked to revert back to group emails and Facebook group conversations. Information being shared in multiple places not all ending up on Trello. Issue: effectively gathering project info into one place. File sharing - not always being sure which file was meant for which comment on each board.,9,Adding files to cards on Trello is as easy as drag-n-drop or uploading via a few clicks. Customizing boards on Trello is a nice touch. Creating a branded surface to work on with custom background image, or changing the colour of the background can give a project a totally different feel. Organizing lists and cards is also as simple as dragging and dropping them to the order you want them in. This is particularly important when stages of a project are in flux. It's easy to create a user interface that allows collaborators to access the most important information easily.,Formatting text - shortcodes must be used instead of a WYSIWYG Visual editor.,Yes,9
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For our small business, getting a few of us started well on Trello was the key, I think. As long as a couple of us were really comfortable with the interface, we could lead others and help them with any questions. From now on, anyone who works with us just naturally uses Trello for information sharing - it's just part of what we do.
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Task Management (155)
Resource Management (126)
Gantt Charts (45)
Scheduling (114)
Workflow Automation (91)
Team Collaboration (153)
Support for Agile Methodology (105)
Support for Waterfall Methodology (80)
Document Management (111)
Email integration (102)
Mobile Access (135)
Timesheet Tracking (56)
Change request and Case Management (75)
Budget and Expense Management (50)
Quotes/estimates (36)
Invoicing (30)
Project & financial reporting (37)
Integration with accounting software (30)

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Trello from Atlassian is a project management tool based on a Kanban framework. Trello is ideal for task-management in a to-do list format. It supports sharing boards and cards across users or teams. The product offers a free version, and paid versions add greater automation, collaboration, and administrative control.

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