Outil de collaboration visuelle pour les perspectives de projet partagé4.5/5 (13944 avis)
Les feuilles de calcul, les e-mails et les notifications interminables entravent sensiblement le travail et affectent les performances les équipes, quelle que soit leur taille. Les affectations de projet, les tâches et les activités quotidiennes sont négligées, la transparence est mise en cause et la productivité décline. Non seulement les équipes doivent gérer ce "trop-plein" constant, mais elles ont également besoin de créer des projets, de suivre les progrès et d'atteindre les principaux objectifs commerciaux. Ce qu'il faut, c'est une vue claire de l'ensemble du processus pour garder tout le monde sur la même longueur d'onde.
Présentation de Trello : un outil de collaboration visuelle qui crée une perspective partagée pour votre équipe, quel que soit le projet d'une manière amusante, flexible et gratifiante.
* Trello est pour tous
Des ventes au marketing, des RH aux opérations, les équipes ont la possibilité de concevoir et de personnaliser Trello afin qu'il réponde à leurs besoins et styles de travail uniques. Et avec plus de 100 intégrations à d'autres outils clés tels que Google Drive, Slack, Jira et bien d'autres, Trello est un centre de projet dynamique de collaboration entre équipes, peu importe où a lieu votre travail.
* Intuitivement simple
Passez de l'idée à l'action en quelques secondes : les principales fonctionnalités de Trello consistent à organiser des notes autocollantes sur un mur. Pour commencer, il n'y a pas de processus d'intégration lourd et donc la participation du groupe est facilitée. Connectez-vous, rejoignez une équipe et observez immédiatement les progrès de tous les projets de l'équipe.
* Éliminez la partie ennuyeuse du travail
* Trello apporte de la joie au travail d'équipe en le rendant transparent et facilement partageable entre les conseils d'administration et les équipes. Les utilisateurs ont la possibilité de personnaliser Trello (et de s'amuser tout en le faisant !) avec des fonctionnalités telles que les tableaux en arrière-plan, les réactions emojis et les autocollants.
We give our leaders full flexibility to utilize Trello, which has resulted in a lot of boards (list of lists, essentially). This is not overwhelming, however; the team knows how to utilize this system and, effectively, use this as a foundational means of communication. We use Trello to stay on track with yearly, quarterly, and weekly goals; we use Trello to plan events and coordinate all vendors, volunteers, supplies, and raw ideas; we even all use Trello in our personal lives, from making a weekly schedule, to meal planning, to gift managing!
What I love the absolute most about this software, is its malleable ability to record, monitor, transmit, and communicate an idea or task in every way necessary to our productivity. Tasks and ideas are easily moved between all necessary individuals and teams. Each member involved in the task is able to clearly communicate their progress along the way, and team members can watch other's progress leading up to their obligation. We use Trello to manage thousands of tiny micro-tasks, yet it all is cleanly and neatly organized to stay on-track and entirely avoid overwhelm.
At the moment, there is not a way to have the same card (task) on multiple lists/boards (the terms used by Trello to describe vertical lists and overall categories, respectively). You can make copies, but if one card is updated, the others will not also update. I understand the exclusion of this feature, but there have been many occasions where this would improve productivity and assist projects. For now, we simply make links to cards and boards.
Excellent. Most people I know who have started using this software, myself included, quickly find that it is very useful in improving productivity and reducing stress. After using it for work I liked it so much that I now use it regularly in my personal life as well.
The learning curve is very small. The visual style is super helpful in managing projects. The amount of added features is vast and growing all the time. It feels very lightweight and easy/quick to navigate across multiple platforms and devices.
Would like to have swim lanes be an option. The recently updated reminder feature is nice, but I would like fully-customizable reminder options. Would be great to have a feature where if you mark a task as complete it can automatically be moved to a "Completed" column.
The interface. I was looking for a free tool to have a track on my work and I hired bunch of people remotely but always having communication gaps. After finding Trello I found it super easy to learn it and get started. I immediately moved all my team to the software and started to create cards (tasks) for them. The best part is that I can collaborate on every single card and can put up the brief, links, files everything on one place. And above everything is checklist. Most of my cards have a to do list so having a friendly multi checklist feature in Trello makes me to stick with it.
Its hard to say but as I liked the interface mainly, there is one thing I didn't liked. Comments on the bottom. I used to have checklists and that's why comments section always go deep down. I prefer it to be on right side to make cards super collaborative.
Our group began using Trello to replace spreadsheets for project tracking and the results have been amazing. With Trello, we can quickly navigate through multiple projects and also get an immediate, visual sense of the overall project status. Creating cards (a.k.a. "stories," "tasks," etc.) is very easy and includes extensive customization options. Notifications for any project updates can be delivered via email, desktop or push (iOS) and the frequency can be adjusted. Trello also utilizes what they call "Power-Ups" for integration with a variety of other 3rd party solutions. The Google Drive "Power-Up" has been especially useful as it allows us to attach files to cards directly from Google Drive. With an emphasis on security, Trello also includes session tracking and offers two-factor authentication for all price tiers. With a clean UI and very intuitive functions, Trello provides a great user experience.
- Creating cards (a.k.a. "stories," "tasks," etc.) is very intuitive
- Cards have an option to include a "Checklist" to easily track sub-tasks
- Function to "Copy" a card makes creating multiple cards quick and easy
- Clicking on your profile image displays a list of all cards currently assigned to you
- Menu includes an "Activity" section with a snapshot of all recent changes or updates
- Status "Lists" (columns) are completely customizable including quantity and titles
- Search function includes default options to quickly search by due date
- Option to pin the "Boards" list on the left side provides easy access to multiple boards
- Simple and easy integration with other tools such as Google Drive via "Power-Ups"
- Custom background images can be uploaded and set for each board
- Two-factor authentication is included in all price tiers
- Free version includes unlimited personal Boards and up to 10 team boards
- Extremely clean UI with a very nice overall look & feel
- Mobile app is extremely user-friendly and always in-sync
- Usernames apparently need to be globally unique across all of Trello (no one on my team was using "john" but I still got an error message that the "Username is taken")
- Clearing (or "marking read") notifications on the mobile app is a little confusing
I use Trello mostly for planning out my content on my blog and my content for social media. It has been a great place for me to make lists of ideas and brainstorm. I have also used Trello with collaborative groups, which has been really great and easy to use. I integrate everything into my Google Calendar so that I don't end up missing any scheduled tasks I need to complete.
I like that Trello is a planning system that works well for someone inclined to be more visual. Each category can have a series of cards below it for each individual item within the category. I love that I can add a link, image or color to each card to make it stand out and organize it even more. I also love that each board can have be categorized into various areas of my life. For example, I have a boards from anything to planning out my blog, to activities to do with the kids to brainstorming ideas for future work opportunities. I love that I can easily move the cards around and re-categorize them once they are done. Another amazing feature is that you can add these cards to a Google Calendar, which brings everything together for me and keeps me super organized.
I wish there were more features available and a little bit more customization within each card itself. This program also requires a little bit of a learning curve to find where all the features and add-ons for each card are in the menu.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Trello.
Types de licences disponibles pour Trello :
À partir de: 5,00 $US/mois
Type de licence: Gratuit, Abonnement
version d'essai gratuite: Disponible
Nous n'avons pas d'informations sur les fonctionnalités de Trello.
Utilisateurs habituels du logiciel Trello :
Auto-entrepreneurs, Grandes entreprises, Entreprises de taille moyenne, Non Profit, PME
Langues dans lesquelles Trello est disponible :
chinois (simplifié), chinois (traditionnel), néerlandais, anglais, finnois, français, allemand, hongrois, italien, japonais, norvégien, polonais, portugais, russe, espagnol, suédois, thaï, turc, ukrainien
Types de licences disponibles pour Trello:
Appareils pris en charge par Trello :
Android, iPhone, iPad
Applications s'intégrant à Trello :
Avaza, Bitium, Cronforce, Dropbox, Hubstaff, SeamlessGov, Slack, Time Doctor, UserEcho, Zapier
Ressources d'aide disponibles pour Trello :
FAQ, Forum, Base de connaissances, Support en ligne, Tutoriels vidéo