How To Use Trello (iOS)
Productivity apps are very important. They help us feel as though our phones are for more than just watching cat videos. They at least make us feel like our phones are only 90% for watching cat videos. Well, as productivity apps continue to grow in popularity, many new names have entered the ring. One that has become much more well known recently is Trello. What is Trello? How do you use it? Is it worth downloading? Find out next week on…App Reviews! Or just keep on reading. Either way.
What Is Trello?
Trello is, as you can gather from the opening, a productivity app. The application uses various cards and boards to encourage collaboration and organization. It’s kind of like in the old days when a team would use sticky notes on a cork board to show where projects are in terms of completion. Only instead of sticky notes that lose their stickiness after you use them once or twice (seriously, what the heck?), Trello uses its digital format to its advantage.
How Do You Use Trello?
Once you create an account, you can get going creating lists and tasks right away. Hitting the plus sign in the top right corner allows you to create a new board, where you can begin creating cards and lists. While I already mentioned you can drag the cards around, you can also track activity, add photos, and even set due dates. Let’s see you do that, sticky notes!
Should You Use Trello?
Trello is definitely a great way to keep your projects moving. If you have issues seeing something all the way through, I’d definitely recommend giving Trello a look. This is especially the case if you’re working on something with multiple people. While it may be a bit easier to use on a desktop, the app is still a great way to track all your tasks on the go.