Trello uses cards to allow you to organize your projects and day-to-day wok. It can be used on an individual level as well as to collaborate with team members. Trello can be used not only to manage projects and tasks, but can also be used as a lesson planner, a community bulletin, or an idea repository.

Use Trello’s cards to note to-dos and ideas and then organize these cards in lists and categories. Use these cards to track the progress of your tasks. See a quick overview on the front of your cards and flip to the back for more detailed information such as due dates, checklists, attachments, comments and more.

Use the progress meter or add a checklist to manage your to-do list. Attach files, images and documents yo your cards. Use customizable labels and filter by keywords or person to easily find cards.

See a historical record of all movements in Trello including comments, changes, and additions. Get email notification and see an activity log of all the cards you have subscribed to.

Create a board to share cards with whoever you have invited to your board. Invite as many people as you like and each board member has the ability to add cards. make changes, upload attachments and more.

Board members can vote on cards to establish priorities and assign cards to board members. Keep all your boards and people in the one place by creating a Trello organization.

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