Trello is a fun and easy way to organize thingshttps://www.trustradius.com/project-managementTrelloUnspecified8.513081012019-08-10T13:41:41.647Z
August 10, 2019
Trello is a fun and easy way to organize things
Score 8 out of 101
Overall Satisfaction with Trello
I use Trello for any kind of list where I want to keep track of things visually. It's great for keeping track of items with images. For example, I have one Trello list for books I'm reading, and I'm able to attach images of the book covers. It's currently not fully used by my department, but on an individual level.
- Helps to keep things organized.
- Helps people work together.
- Supports our workflow.
Trello is very well designed and easy to use. It also has a pretty satisfying design, being able to drag cards from one place to another. I love being able to add an image to each card on my board. I suppose the ease of use could also be a negative, as it makes it not possible to do an overly complex setup.
I don't have a lot of experience with support for Trello, as my use for it is very basic, but I get the impression that a lot of people use it and love it. It was purchased by Atlassian, which has good support in my experience. This also means that it is being well integrated into tools such as Bitbucket.
I like Trello because it is simple and easy to use. I also like that the free version can do what I need it to do. Other options, such as LeanKit, JIRA, and ServiceNow are expensive and complicated. Trello does what I need it to do without being overly complicated. JIRA and ServiceNow were especially difficult to set up and use.
Trello works really well for visual sorting and organization. It's very satisfying to be able to drag the cards from a "to-do" column over to a "doing" or "done" column. This also allows for people to quickly see the progress of items and projects. Another advantage is that the free version is very powerful. It can be used to organize almost anything. Trello becomes less appropriate if you need very complex configuration, such as lists within groups.