Trello is a project management app based on the Kanban method of visualising workflow. It is an excellent and simple project and tast management tool for teams and individuals alike. Trello is geared towards those who are visual thinkers and planners.
The central concept behind Trello is that you create a different task board for each project, team, or anything else. For example, you can have a board for Sales, Marketing, Customer support, etc. and plan all tasks for each department in your organisation under respective boards. Or you can have boards that represent different projects/events you are working on. Under each board, you can add lists, and they can represent different steps in the workflow, categories, etc. The most common lists used in the Kanban method is 'To Do', 'Doing', and 'Done'. And under each list, you can further add cards. These cards usually comprise of tasks, information, ideas, checklists, due dates, etc. that's associated with your board.
Information at a glance:
Visualise your entire project by adding to-dos, media attachments, comments, and due dates to your Trello cards.
Trello is great for teams collaborating on projects. With the option to add members to each card, you can visualise and keep track of what everybody is up to.
Integrate your favourite services such as Google Drive, Dropbox, GitHub, Slack, Evernote, MailChimp, etc. to be able to "Power up" your Trello boards to work for your team's needs.
Anytime anybody makes changes to a board, Trello makes a note of it, and everyone involved in the board can access this to check on the progress of work. This quick check-in of activity eliminates the need to ask co-workers for status updates.
In sync always:
Trello stays in sync and up to date no matter what platform you access the service. They also take 'working in real time' so seriously that you can instantly see cards move and update when others make changes.
Trello's basic account is free to use in which you can create unlimited boards/lists/cards etc. But you can only have one power-up per board. The basic plan also caps file size of your uploads to up-to 10mb. If you ever need more features and want to upgrade to a paid account, you can contact Trello customer service as they provide a 30% discount for non-profit organisations.