Trello, a Visual Project Management and Collaboration Tool
Trello is a web-based project management app that can be used in software project management, law office case management, lesson planning, school bulletin boards, real estate management, and more. Due to its email-in capability and rich API, Trello can be integrated with enterprise systems and different cloud-based integration services, for example, Zapier or IFTTT.
Trello provides centralized space in the cloud where members of teams can communicate, post their ideas, share files, get notified, and view changes and updates. It has an intuitive interface, can be customized and features drag-and-drop technology. Being a visual project management and collaboration tool, Trello is based on the concept of Kanban boards that contain cards for each task. Cards include lists that allow to monitor the progress of any project or to classify different things. With Trello, users can organize working process in teams, create and assign tasks, prioritize tasks and track progress.
Most of Trello functionality is available for free. A free plan includes unlimited members, boards, cards, attachments, and checklists up to 10MB. Paid plans include unlimited integrations, larger file attachments, priority email support, custom board stickers and backgrounds, restricted membership invitations, and more admin controls. Larger companies use the Enterprise plan with advanced security features.
Trello supports 20+ different languages, including English, Russian, Ukrainian, Swedish, Italian, Japanese, German, Spanish, French, Chinese, Polish, and more. This easy project collaboration and task management tool can be used by companies and teams of all sizes to create a shared perspective of any project. Trello syncs all the information across desktop and mobile devices and can be extended with Power-Ups that allow users to integrate different 3rd party apps that they are already using and extend functionality according to their specific needs.
Trello has a free public Developer API that allows developers use this project management tool in their apps, extensions, and plugins.