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.
I've been using Trello personally and at work for over 5 years. We use it to keep track of communication that would otherwise be sent through email, like quote requests, orders, etc. I use it for a personal todo list, as well as a todo list my team can see. I volunteer at a non-profit where we use it to keep track of tasks assigned to different people. I keep up with the comments and status on the iPhone app throughout the day but primarily enter information on my computer. I keep finding new ways in which to use it: putting thoughts together for software I want to develop, collaborating on a project for a client with people inside and outside my company, even sharing a grocery list with my wife.
Email to card feature is a great way to quickly add cards from a phone while on the go. Custom fields are a great way to make the cards show useful information without having to go into them (requires one person on the board to be a gold member to create them but others can fill them without being gold members.)
Limited colors of backgrounds (only 9) unless you're a paid/gold member- seems like it would be trivial to give more colors for free. When a custom field is a link, you have to go into the card to click on the link. The worst feature is the search. It is clunky and lacks details. For example, when you've been using Trello for years you may end up with cards that are almost identical every year (for example "pay yearly xyz fee") and the search results don't let you see at a glance which card is for which year without clicking on each one. But when you click on a card and it's not the one you were looking for, you go back to your board and the search disappears so that you have to start the search again.
Trello has been a godsend and one of the reasons why I stay productive. Now granted its not for everyone, and some features have now been copied by other producivity suites, there are still a lot of reasons to like Trello. Here are my reasons to consider it:
The card based system is just genius, being able to move cards from one list to another list is a visually satisfying experience to say the least. But its not just that, the cards act like tasks you have to complete, so you can use cards to say
The PowerUps - Now granted Trello still lags behind in integration with other tools but its PowerUps make up for that. PowerUps like Card Aging allow you to make cards disappear if nothing is done about them.
Freemium - Trello is free to start using and you only have to pay when you want unlimited PowerUps. The truth is most people will get away with using the free version, the paid version is mostly for teams. The fact that using Trello starts at the price of free is really something. Definitely “worth” the money.
1) Small number of PowerUps - Power Ups were meant to bring third party integration to Trello and yes there are a lot of great ones like Slack, Google drive but I feel they are somewhat still lacking. If there could be more integrations, it would be the main reason to switch to Trello
2) Value proposition to switch to the Paid version is not so strong. In my opinion the paid version of Trello is not worth your money, sure you get unlimited Power Ups and higher upload limits but it just feels like it would be better to pay a one time fee to access Power Ups then pay a monthly fee.
Overall Trello is a good productivity tool, it has helped me stay on top of smaller projects and I wholeheartedly recommend it to anyone who likes to use visual aids to remind them
Trello is an outstanding web based project management app. Its feature rich design makes it easy to adapt to a variety of workflows and project management techniques. While Trello provides excellent documentation (which I recommend power users to read through at some point, I highly recommend that users initially go and explore on their own (yes, like the not reading the IKEA instructions exploring) to check out the features. Users will likely find many of the functions to be rather intuitive. The reason I recommend that users skip the docs at first is so that they do not form the idea that there is a “right way” to use Trello. Trello is a powerful app with an enormous amount of features; however, perhaps its greatest feature is flexibility. Users can configure a workflow that works for them to help streamline processes and complete tasks efficiently while collaborating with others and tracking progress. Trello also offers up a ton of integrations (called Power-Ups) that are available to supercharge its functionality. For example, a Google Drive Power-Up is available allowing users to take advantage of cloud storage to work with files and documents in a collaborative environment instead of relying on an endless list of email threads to move their projects along. Overall, Trello offers a powerhouse of features for all things project and task management, assignment, and tracking. It also has a worthwhile mobile app to keep you in reach of updates at all times.
Trello is an excellent app. It’s primary and possibly only drawback maybe getting users to stick with it and not give up on it prematurely as it can be overwhelming when they first set out to configure their work space and workflows.
My tasks lists have never been so easy to identify and manage, especially visually. My projects are all there as boards and my timelines are right up there in gannt form. I dont work well with traditional task lists, as they all look the same, but I have created different backrounds for various projects, my tasks and move cards as necessary. Closest thing to having pen and paper, well even better now!
I love these browser-based applications.
Setup up time, nill (just the signing up for an account).
Installation time, nill (if you choose to run it within your browser - most people do), or if you like to be special, install the app (now available for your mac, pc and of course portable devices - just remember you will usually find less functionality within most apps).
Configuration is quick and easy with an easy to follow interface. If you have never used this before, not a problem, just feel your way around and you will be cooking in no time.
Getting started, well you just need to grasp the concept. Start with creating a list (a heading or topic) then start to add cards to the list. The beauty lays in having multiple lists and if you are a visual, like me, you can click, grab, then drag and drop your cards around the various lists. You can move your cards around, into any order you wish, just to start with. The hidden beauty lays beneath the surface, where you can add labels, checklists, due dates, assign off to others, attached files, set reminders, just to name a few things.
Think of these as sticky notes on steroids! The collaboration functionality of Trello is amazing also, allowing you to share and work with anyone from anywhere in the world, have them quickly up and running or multiple people and as one person moves a card, others will see it move in real time (almost) on their screens.
Want more? There are also add on's that create gannt charts +
hard to say, this is a fantastic and polished platform. I cant think of anything negative to be honest.
I use multiple Trello boards to organise various parts of my business but one of the best things is that I have leads for my clients come in to Trello boards via email, direct from my landing page. I can have different labels automatically attached to a certain lead depending on the landing page so I know what landing page the lead was from. I can trigger my client's notification on his phone and he instantly knows he has a lead, so he can call them within minutes (or seconds even) of them filling out the form. This is a better system for lead gen than anything I have seen - and it doubles as a CRM! I probably shouldn't be telling you this actually... exposing secret gems here!
As well as labels I can attach various custom stickers so I can see information about that card at a glance.
Trello is maybe the backbone of my business, keeping me organised. On some boards I have all the tasks I need to do all mapped out and keeping me on top of things, on other boards I have data organised in such a way that I can see things at a glance that I would never pick up by looking at a spreadsheet of the same data.
I organise both my private life and my business on Trello, and I use the Trello app on my phone just about as much as I check my email on my phone.
I like the way it incorporates with other things via Powerups. I use Trello Butler all the time (both the bot and the powerup) to automate just about everything I do on Trello (love those dashcards especially!). I integrate it with Zapier to parse leads on my Trello board and keep track of what happens on Google Sheets. I use a wide variety of custom fields (and I use them with Butler to do some real magic)
I also really like how I can attach an image and it shows on the card, some of my boards have images on every card.
Its a small thing, but I have some very personal boards that I use for my private life and some business boards for my business - I can't really show people my business boards without risking them seeing my personal boards on the menu. It'd be nice to be able to hide them away in a conspicuous folder so I can comfortably show Trello on the projector without exposing my private life.
Voici quelques-unes des questions fréquentes sur Trello.
Types de licences disponibles pour Trello :
À partir de: $5/mois
Type de licence: Freemium, 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, Organismes à but non lucratif, 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, Tutoriels vidéo