Without a doubt the best to-do manager we have ever seenhttps://www.trustradius.com/project-managementTrelloUnspecified8.412851012019-08-01T18:54:12.029Z
Updated October 08, 2019
Without a doubt the best to-do manager we have ever seen
Score 10 out of 101
Overall Satisfaction with Trello
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.
Our internal dev team built a tool to keep track of our minor tasks, but after some other team suggested we used Trello we jumped right after to try it out, so unfortunately we do not have any commercial tool to compare it to.
In my experience, Trello is awesome if you are part of a team with more than one customer or project and you also develop internal tools (like shift schedulers, vacation control, etc) where you can't use the customer's ticket tool to document your internal progress. You simply create a board/project with your internal product and manage it from there. Let's use the first example: a shift scheduler. With Trello you can create a board/project with this name and create all internal tasks, like "Application needs to be updated to the last version of nodes", "Resolve bug xyz reported by coworker", "Implement feature abc suggested by our manager" and work from there with subtasks and to-do lists.