Say goodbye to sticky notes and to-do lists: Trello allows teams of any size to easily manage tasks and hit deadlines - all without ever leaving the app.
Trello’s advanced checklists give you the power to add more context to your tasks by assigning team members and due dates to checklist items, increasing visibility and keeping your team accountable.
Prioritize with labels to identify what is high, medium, or low priority and bring an extra layer of shared understanding to your tasks. You can even filter by a certain label to only view cards associated with the label you want to view.
Visualize checklist items and cards with due dates in Calendar View, showing what tasks are due in the days and weeks ahead. Cards will be arranged according to their due date and will display any labels, members, or checklists added to them.
Trello has 200+ integrations with the tools you know and love. Integrate the tools your team already uses with Trello to keep your work organized and in one place. Try a Trello Power-Up to connect all of your team’s (other) favorite apps to your boards.
Search Google Drive right from Trello and attach relevant files and folders.
Jumpstart your board with a well-proven template designed by our team. Customize it for yours.
Keep team status updates transparent and succinct with this template. It’s simple: add two things that are being worked on, two tasks that will be worked on next, one thing that is not being worked on.
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