|June 21, 2017|
Do you have a list of tasks?
Do you have a hard time managing it?
Consider using Trello to help you accomplish more with a lot less effort. It works because you can easily see the status and set deadlines when things need to get done.
Trello is free and I think it's worth checking out.
As described by Trello, on their website:
A Trello board is a list of lists, filled with cards, used by you and your team. It’s a lot more than that, though. Trello has everything you need to organize projects of any size.
Open a card and you can add comments, upload file attachments, create checklists, add labels and due dates, and more.
There are plenty of examples of how people are using Trello. Trello customers are creating boards to plan their weekly meals to managing a large company all with ease.
Trello is free for the basics including one power-up. Power-ups are add-ons to enhance your Trillo experience. You can connect a calendar, DropBox, Google Drive
Want more than the single add-on? Simply purchase a subscription. Rates start at $9.99 per month per user.
Prior to Trello, I manage my blog content idealist as a single note in Evernote. It was a bit difficult to manage as it was just a bullet point list.
For the past couple of weeks, I have been managing the content on the blog via Trello. I have found that It makes content management so much easier.
Today, I have a ‘Blog Content’ board setup in Trello. Each Blog topic is a list, so I have Disney, Gluten, Productivity, Boston, and Macintosh. I then add cards as a blog topic that I want to cover in that list.
Then I can schedule things out. I can decide what topics that I want to cover over the next few weeks. I never really planned content that far out before.
Each card I can add comments and attachments about the topic. There is a 10 MB file limit on file uploads. I couldn't find any comment limit.
This will help me produce better content because I can plan the blog content well ahead of time.
Once the blog content is completed and ready, I then archive the card and move on to the next topic.
Check out this YouTube video on how Embolden uses Trello to be more productive.
Best way to learn Trello is to check it out. Visit the website and sign up today.
The folks over at thefreelanceeffect.com did a great review of Trello. They also help get you up and running on using Trello, which helps you get the most out of the application. It's a good unbias review of Trello and worth checking out.
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