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Trello: Collaborative Task and Project Management

Trello: Collaborative Task and Project Management

Organizing our lives these days has become difficult. Thanks to websites and software dedicated to project management and organization of routines, you can now get your tasks sorted in a priority order. Here we are reviewing Trello, a free project management tool that can be used by individuals and businesses alike for managing their work. Not only does Trello make your life easier, but it also provides a lot of convenience that regular email communication does not provide. Let’s see how to use Trello to manage your tasks.

1- Go to Trello.com and sign up. Click Sign up- It’s Free to sign up.

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2- You can either create a new Trello account or sign up using Google ID

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3- If you use the Google option, you would need to provide permission to Trello to access your profile, as follows:

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4- Now that you have given permission, or successfully signed up using the other option, you can log in to your account and access the features. Once logged in, you will see Boards on the left side named To Do, Doing, Done. You can update them as per your needs.

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5- Click any board, type in your tasks and click Add or click Enter. To add multiple tasks to the same board, repeat these steps. Tip: You can copy-paste multiple lines and it will ask you if you want to add them as separate cards.

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6- To access other apps, click your name on the top right and select Apps. You would be taken to another page where you can downloads apps for Trello for the Web, iPhone, Android, iPad, Kindle Fire as well as Windows 8. These apps simply enhance the way you prioritize your tasks using Trello on different devices.

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Using Trello is really simple. The interface is user-friendly and easy to understand. Plus, with the availability of apps for several devices, you can get the most out of this application. The best part, it is free!

 

 

 

 

 

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