The way your team works is unique — so is Trello.
Trello is the flexible work management tool where teams can ideate plans, collaborate on projects, organize workflows, and track progress in a visual, productive, and rewarding way. From brainstorm to planning to execution, Trello manages the big milestones and the day-to-day tasks of working together and getting things done.
A productivity powerhouse
Simple, flexible, and powerful. All it takes are boards, lists, and cards to get a clear view of who’s doing what and what needs to get done.
Manage tasks with ease
Cards keep all of the information your team needs organized and in one place. Assign members, add due dates, leave comments, and more.
Keep everyone accountable and never have to ask “who’s doing that” by adding members to cards for their projects and tasks.
Doing and due dates go hand in hand. They're easy to set, hard to miss (with reminders!), and oh-so-satisfying to mark as “done.”
No more digging through endless email chains to find attachments. Just drag and drop them onto a card so the right files stay with the right tasks.
Your best tool to overpower overwhelming asks. Break big tasks into small ones, check things off the list, and watch that status bar go to 100% complete.
“Trello is an online tool for managing projects and personal tasks. That may sound rather prosaic. But this increasingly popular app often inspires the sort of passion usually reserved for consumer apps like Pinterest or Instagram. It’s the kind of business software that slips into businesses through the backdoor, just because individual employees like how it works.”
“It reminds us of the early traction that Dropbox…and other apps up there had that have grabbed individuals and caused them to start using it and bring it to work and convince teams and colleagues to use it and it’s gradually taken over organizations,” said Index Partner Neil Rimer
“The visual organizing software has amassed some 4.6 million registered users — now with one million monthly actives — turning their projects, whether household to-do lists or corporate realignment plans, into visual boards using its cloud-based software.”
“I’ve been using it for five months now without fail, synthesizing everything from Covey and Allen that stuck, along with Carson and Babauta’s wisdom, to create the only task management system that’s ever really worked for me.”