Trello makes it easier for Agile teams to keep track of what everyone is working on with minimal administrative overhead. The simple, manoeuvrable base interface is one of Trello's greatest strengths - in the past, a pain point when tracking project status during standups was the drudgery associated with updating Kanban and Sprint boards on clunkier interfaces like a physical whiteboard or JIRA boards. JIRA allows for greater abstraction of complex tasks and larger organisations, but oftentimes what is needed is simply something lightweight that does not feel like a chore to update. Trello also makes it easy to set up custom workflows for different teams by editing the lists on a board. If you work in a team of 5-10 people and want to trim the fat in your Agile ceremonies, Trello is definitely a tool to consider. The Trello user interface is extremely smooth and responsive, which can reduce the drag when collaborating with teammembers.