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.
Trello is a project management tool that makes collaboration simple and, I would say, even fun. The reality is that it serves almost everything, whether you are organizing projects at work, household chores, trips or anything else. Individual cards can contain task lists, images, attachments, delivery dates, color labels and comments from other people who share the board with you. You can have as many boards as you want, use one for "Homework", for example, and another for "World domination plans".
It is likely that you have already realized the potential. The Trello cards are like small post-its on a cork board but in digital format, so you can look at them, share them or add a reminder. You can even create cards via mail.
What I like most about this software is the way in which we can organize our meetings, pending issues, follow-ups, meetings and, above all, place the status that is basically required to make progress. The options and colors where each person responsible for activity is identified helps you to close the points faster. Trello works very well in my case because I tend to think very visually, so images and color labels work better with my brain than just a text. Although I am a big fan of Evernote to manage a multitude of information, lately I have found myself returning to individual lists written on paper. Trello is a breakthrough of that, it is one of those few applications that achieves a balance between a simple and elegant interface while including very powerful and flexible features. No compliments, however. Let me show you how I and other Trello users are using it as a productivity method.
What I do not like are the rows one side of the other, where we put the information, it seems very close to one another and for me personally I do not like the appearance, very neutral. The issue is that it is forcing a program to use it for something that it is not. You can also use the notebook to write a novel, but it is not the best tool for it. To organize trips there are tropocientas webs and apps that give a thousand kicks to trello, with suggestions of places, automatic geolocalization, organization by calendar, etc etc etc..To write novels the same, there are webs and applications focused on it, that you hierarchize the information much better, write down ideas, alternative plots, different paths of a story, etc ... come on, what a novel requires, with trello you will organize a micro story as much.
Trello is focused on organizing projects in which many people have their roles, and show the states of those projects.
Everything else, I seem to want to give it a use that is not yours.
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I juggle between three different tools to organize myself:
1. MyLifeOrganized (https://www.mylifeorganized.net): A pure task manager where I can list tasks and subtasks, prioritise, add dates, and mark them as completed.
2. Trello: A visual board where I can see how my tasks flow, and add details to each tasks (text, attachments, images, comments).
3. OneNote (https://products.office.com/en-us/onenote/digital-note-taking-app): A note-taking app, where I can write longer texts, add any attachment, include video or audio directly from the app into my notes and reorganize them easily.
Whenever I need to write longer specifications, or archive something for future reference, OneNote is my tool of choice. If I am purely working on my own with standalone or unrelated tasks, MLO is the easiest tool for me, quicker and with lots of intelligent reminders. When I need to focus on a project - a lot of related tasks - and/or share these tasks with someone else - i.e. working within a team - Trello shines brightly for me.
* Ease of use: Creating tasks, editing and moving them is VERY easy and quick.
* The shortcuts are intelligently chosen, and help working faster.
* Thanks to all the functionalities within each card, Trello adapts very well to very different working styles: I can choose to create a checklist (so I simulate a tasks with subtasks), add attachments, labels, comments, etc.
* Very nice experience when working with a team: syncs seamlessly and fast, I can see things as they happen in the actions feed and react if I want to, we can have whole conversations within a card, and have them for reference...
* Something I specially love is the fact that I can copy an image (something I do a lot, capturing images with screenshot tools and the like) and paste it directly into a card. Trello understands that and displays the image as a comment.
* I don't like the board management screens. I find hard sometimes to find the boards I want.
* I guess there is a reason for not allowing me to delete cards, rather than archiving them, but I still feel that I would like to be able to delete them.
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Trello is a good task management tool that offers a little bit more. Overall,
Trello is a task management tool for those who want to keep things intact but don't want to get into tangled formal proceedings of Jira. Unlike aforementioned, Trello offers universal platform ready to use from the get-go.
You don't need to waste a moment to understand how to use Trello - that is probably its greatest asset. The design scheme is intuitive and there are barely ever any misunderstandings of the way how features work.
As a task management tool it is extremely streamlined and easy to operate. It is really easy to track progress and document various undergoings of a particular task. It is also very useful when it comes to drafting multiple variants of short texts - such as UI-related descriptions or Call-to-actions messages.
Also, Trello is extremely helpful in gathering research information in one place and tracking its processing by transferring through multiple boards.
On the other hand, you can use Trello as an elaborate link dump outlet during web surfing sessions. As a writer, i often find a lot of stuff that doesn't fit any category but begs to be saved for later - Trello is perfect for that kind of stuff.
It is very stimulating from a creative point of view. Random gatherings of random links often form a basis of a collage text with many unexpected developments.
If there is one thing that is majorly lacking in Trello - it might be a search feature. The way it is right now is serviceable but it is extremely clumsy and barely usable, especially if you have an ambiguous search request. If you want to find something - you better remember where you put it because search might not be that helpful.
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My overall experience with Trello is nearing perfect. It is great because it helped me manage all of my tasks each day. I am really forgetful, and I get a lot of missed responsibilities a lot. Sometimes, I even need to go back to the office or work from home because I will realize later that I forgot something to do. Trello also helped me to be a responsible manager of a project because it is a useful project management tool that also reminds me what I need to follow-through, and coordinate with my team.
Trello made it easy for me to manage all of my tasks in a single day. It is the hippest project management app currently in the market that is good for a millennial like me. It is like a kanban board, but is more pleasing to the eye, and makes it easy for me to move things around from my to-do list to the ongoing tasks, and to the finished works.
When I started working, I used notepad and Google keeps to remind me about the things that I need to do in a day, but still, I forget a lot of stuff. Then someone thought me on how to utilize google calendar to manage all of my project management responsibilities, but due to some unscheduled meetings, some reminders are also forgotten because once the time for the reminder is already done, it becomes greyed out.
With Trello, I can easily categorized my tasks to what I will be doing for today. What I need to do immediately and what I can do at the end of my shift. Move it around from tasks to "to do". It helped me prioritize work responsibilities, and it helped me not miss any work responsibility I have for the day.
The only thing I don't like about Trello is moving one task to another. There are times when it is tough for me to click-drag an assignment from my to-do to the ongoing and to done. Everything else is great!
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Feel that it is a tool with the highest added value in user experience that has been used for the management of activities.
I can list all the features that I like about the tool:
** Can customize look & feel without losing the order of the tool
** Earn more features by inviting friends to use trello
** Integrate other applications: drive, mailchimp, calendar, zendesk, calendar, draw.io diagrams, hangouts,
** The moviel application is great, from any device I feel comfortable and with the order of activities
** Add time estimates
** Add everyone involved in the tool on the same board
** Online support
** Guided tours when you do not find an item
** Interaction with the client to improve the tool or add new features
** In my organization we use Zendesk and it has been an excellent experience to guide the team in the management of incidents
** The details in the user experience and user interface makes it easier to use. It is not necessary to have a manual
** Receive information from the blog about the progress and changes of the application.
The new trello version allows you to see notifications from the dashboard
I currently manage software projects and I really use the tool to guide the team in the activities to be developed for each project.
I would add to trello to improve project management:
** Pass the checklist to a gantt
** Allow date to start and end of an activity
** Display a gantt chart with all the activities added. As well as,. all the dates of the activities are displayed on the calendar
** In the same Gantt diagram have labels on the activity where it is detailed: members, labels, colors of the labels, title of the activity
** To be able to configure the frequency with which we want to receive the notification that an activity is about to end.
** That team members can add the percentage of progress on each activity. How is it in the checklist line? Once the percentage is added, the gantt is updated
** Allow adopting project methodologies for agile, static or other
** Consult what type of activities you want to perform on the board, and with that provide specific elements on this subject. The user can also access other elements but the main one will be the selected theme
I recommend this application to colleagues and friends
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