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Gabriel Krahn profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We are using Trello mainly as a task list for things that we are not able (or not permitted) to open an tracker or incident on JIRA. Tasks like "Internal system xyz needs to be updated to the latest version of PHP". The fact that we can fully integrate it with JIRA SD and Confluence is one of the most wonderful things in Trello: you don't need to copy-paste everything. Place it in one platform and voila: you can simply import/export it to/from Trello.
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Jill Nimmer-Beres profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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We use Trello to manage ongoing projects--specifically those that have many balls in the air at the same time and set time schedules that occur throughout the year. Using Trello has allowed us to 'let go' of the worry of missing a key part of the project or a key completion date. These projects have the high likelihood of being handed off for management by others, so it is key to have everything down in black and white to be sure everything continues to run smoothly, even with a change in the staff/management of the project.
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Wilbert Kramer profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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Some people in our organization use Trello, and most users are happy to use it as their primary method to plan projects and smaller tasks. For my small Digital Media department (2 persons) we use it to store all tasks and ongoing projects. This way we keep track of anything, and can let our manager know what's ongoing.
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Jared DeLong profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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Trello is currently being used for project management for customers going through our onboarding and training process. We track details about each customers' background, our interactions with them throughout the process, and use Trello's different channels to move cards Kanban-style through our onboarding flow. It's also free for our team, which has been very helpful.
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Joel McAfee profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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My entire organization utilizes Trello at a number of levels. First, we use it to manage business development by creating a board with business leads, bid information, and proposals. Then, when a project goes into production we create a separate board or list with information about how the project will be managed through completion. Each employee also uses Trello to manage their individual day-by-day schedule by creating boards with Monday-Friday lists that help prioritize, schedule, and execute individual tasks.
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Sarah Meerschaert profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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Trello is used on a person by person bases at my organization. I use Trello as a bit of a to-do list/Kanban board. I know some teams use Trello across their group but it's more common for this to be used for personal organization at Billtrust. For group tasks, we are more likely to rely on JIRA or Clarizen.
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Elissa Bernstein profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Our company uses Trello within specific teams, rather than across the entire organization. My team (product content strategy) used Trello for task management up until a few months ago, when we switched to JIRA Software along with the rest of the product, UX design, and development teams. There are still a few teams who use Trello (like the localization team), so I use their Trello board whenever I need to request translations for dashboard copy.
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Adesope Kareem profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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Trello is being used basically by the project management team to organize tasks and schedule them for proper and effective execution. We have started using it for a while already whereby it has demonstrated a high level of competency and capability to handle our projects. No matter the kind of project it is, both small and large projects have been successfully managed with the use of Trello. As a project manager, I am included as a user of this software.
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Karen Larocque profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We use Trello across the whole company to manage our social media marketing campaigns that we do for our clients. Trello is a user-friendly platform that allows our marketing team to work collaboratively. This tool works well for people who work remotely, as most of our work is outside the office, and therefore the process of tracking and checking the progress of our projects is now easier with Trello.
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Aracely Talbot profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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I like the boards (panels). 2. Easy to track, assign and manage tasks. 3. A free option available to test all the basic functions needed for small businesses and other business organizations. 4. The fast loading speed of the website page and all panels, its functions to publish and load things load faster than other tools I have used. I have no doubt of giving Trello 11/10 in page speed and page load time. Automation and notification options. Butler automatically recommends buttons for the actions you take most frequently. Perform automation to move cards up and down according to their priority or due dates. 6. Easy to integrate and connect with small to large teams. 7. Non-technical person and also administer it with ease.
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Roberto Antonio Costinho Sosa profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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In the organization we use Trello to manage the projects we have in process. It is excellent to know what each team member has to do, in the area of web development, graphic design and marketing. We are not confused about what each of us has to do, what he is doing and what he has already done. It is great even to clarify the doubts that arise during the development of the project. When I have a question about solving a problem in the code, I can post it on a Trello dashboard to discuss it with my colleagues. I like it very much so that we all discuss solutions.
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Catherine Miller profile photo
October 17, 2019

Trello is TERRIFIC!

Score 9 out of 10
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Trello is being used to make sure that tasks imperative to financial close are done on time. It also allows everyone with access to our shared Trello to see what has been done and what has yet to be done. A number of departments within Redwood use Trello for their own projects. Trello has allowed us to have visibility on the progress of financial close without constantly asking for updates and has helped us not forget any important tasks.
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Zandro Zulueta profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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My colleagues and I love Trello because it allows us to easier track project progress and updates. Each project is made into a board which is then split into post its or sticky notes. These sticky notes represent the stage of the project or categorizations. This visual design allows the project managers to see movements in the whole project and who is working on these areas.
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Darren Megginson profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Trello is used internally in our IT department a quick and easy tool that manages our group projects. We usually depend on Trello for progress tracking and to meet our deadlines without any hassle. This platform saves us time and effort, it keeps us more focused on what we a retrying to finish and it makes our work progress easily shared with our supervisors.
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Miguel Useche profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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It is used among developers to handle the current status of projects. Through their different columns, each worker in a project knows the status of each task and who is working on it. Before that, we didn't have a quick way to see the scope of any project, to see if a task was planned, executed, finished, etc.
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September 25, 2019

Nothing is Forgotten!

Score 9 out of 10
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Trello is used heavy in our business for multiple departments. It is used in our development, finance, and graphic design departments. Trello is a amazing tool to keep all of the many things that need to be done in an organized way. You are able to list your tasks into multiple columns and you can even assigned the the tasks to specific individuals to work on that task. Our company is much more successful because things are getting done when they need to get done.
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João Almeida profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Trello is a very useful project management tool, which allows our team to organize the tasks within our projects and work teams in a very quick and seamless way. With a very simple interface, it is able to give all the necessary tools for the administrative management of our tasks. Besides being used in projects and business structures, it also serves to organize your things in everyday life, with a system of Kanban methodology you can organize everything you want.
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Nicolas Costa Ossa profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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We started using it in the Operations department to manage software development projects in a collaborative and agile manner. Soon after starting as a pilot, the whole Operations department was deeply involved with it, so we decided to formalize Trello as the project management tool. Processes were created around it and we started integrating it with other platforms we use as google docs, slack, and Github, among others.

A few months in and other departments of the company started using Trello as well. It proved to be a very useful tool for any type of workflow or task/project-based work style. Today it is used in pretty much all departments of the company and it is the standard of the company as well.
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Matthew May profile photo
Score 8 out of 10
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We use Trello internally to plan and manage Product Development/Research and Development initiatives. We also use Trello to manage client engagements if the client company already has Trello in place. Teams, boards, and tasks are easy to create, and Trello makes project collaboration straightforward and relatively painless, particularly when compared to more traditional project management tools.
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Katy Beck profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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Trello was used to organize the projects on the basis of the deadline submission. Teams were coordinated accordingly so each teammate should be kept noted about the progress. The team works coordinated better than usual and it helped them in completing their tasks efficiently and early than expected which was incredible.
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Reges Mendes profile photo
September 18, 2019

What about Trello?

Score 8 out of 10
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We're using Trello on a project of a new feature in one of our products. We have an overview of the tasks with its status and owners on a single board and many possible changes are at a drag-and-drop action. This makes things simpler and clear, meaning more team manageability and, of course, productivity.
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Dmitry Kornyukhov profile photo
Score 9 out of 10
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We've been using Trello to manage pretty much all aspects of our organizations from project management to web-development and writing copy. Trello took a rather simple idea and managed to turn it into something trully beautiful. With Trello all our team members can be on the same page and keep track of their tasks and the progress of other team members. Visual boards make it extremely satisfying to mark tasks as done.
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Dale Bradford profile photo
Score 7 out of 10
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We used Trello to organize our teams and to keep track of our open assessments and at the time we utilized it for issue resolution. It worked really well. The only reason we replaced it was due to company growth. It is a very good product and I really enjoyed the features.
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Stephen Wittmaak profile photo
Score 10 out of 10
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Currently, I have used Trello to track incoming projects and create a workflow using Zapier and Google Forms/Sheets that automates all incoming marketing requests into a queue while also looping in those needed to authorize the projects to love forward.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Task Management (161)
9.0
Resource Management (132)
7.7
Gantt Charts (48)
6.8
Scheduling (120)
7.7
Workflow Automation (97)
7.3
Team Collaboration (159)
8.7
Support for Agile Methodology (110)
8.1
Support for Waterfall Methodology (83)
7.3
Document Management (117)
7.4
Email integration (107)
7.5
Mobile Access (141)
8.4
Timesheet Tracking (62)
8.1
Change request and Case Management (79)
7.7
Budget and Expense Management (53)
7.6
Quotes/estimates (39)
7.2
Invoicing (32)
7.4
Project & financial reporting (42)
7.6
Integration with accounting software (33)
7.5

About Trello

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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