How to Use Trello: 6 Tutorials
Read content specific to Trello. Discover how to get started, browse popular zaps, solve common problems, and more.
Trello might be where you outline your tasks, but Google Calendar is where you go when you're planning your time. Wouldn't it be nice if Trello cards with due dates showed up in Google Calendar? Or if Google Calendar events were automatically added to Trello? In this article, we'll show...read more
Because it comes with your Google account, Google Forms is an easy way to ask people for their information or opinions, but how can you ensure you'll act on that information? By sending every response over to your to do list or task manager as a task or project. You...read more
You can use Trello to organize just about everything, but it doesn't offer any out-of-the-box tools for tracking your time. That doesn't mean you can't use Trello for time tracking, though. There are a bunch of simple time tracking applications that integrate with Trello, as Trello outlined in this...read more
In this guide, we'll walk through Trello-specific terms and then show you how to use each of the app's basic features. Trello is a powerful tool that can work as a personal to do list or a powerful project management system to coordinate and assign tasks to everyone in your...read more
Trello isn't a to do list app, per se, but it can work really well as one. There’s a potential shortcoming, however: Trello doesn't offer recurring cards out of the box. Happily you can add this feature quickly using the Trello Card Repeater, a Power-Up that automatically creates cards...read more