Trello came into my life during a time when I had so many tasks floating around and no creative way to get them out. Trello helps me do just that and more. Not only do I use it to list tasks, but I also use it to break those tasks down into manageable and more importantly…visible steps. Trello is known as a visual tool to manage projects either as an individual or as a team. It can be customized, integrated and automated. People use if for project management, task management or just to lay out steps that involved in a creative or business process.
For those Chromebook and Google users (like me), there are countless extensions to help you customize your Trello experience. Many of those extensions can be used instead of the add-ons available in Trello. Don’t get me wrong, those add-ons are great, however, you should research which ones will give you the results that you need. Simply put, you may find just what you need by using an extension especially if you use the Chrome/Google version of Trello most often.
Nonetheless, I urge you to give Trello a try and see if it’s for you. The variety of customization options are endless which is what can truly give your productivity a huge boost.