Organizes your projects and day-to-day tasks through creating notecards on dashboard. The software can also be used as a trip planner, a side project, a community bulletin, an event or an idea repository. Tasks and ideas can be noted on the Trello cards. Alongside, the work progress can also be tracked. The user can sort and organize these cards based upon their categories. A quick overview is displayed on the front of the cards, flipping which, the user can dive into more detailed information such as checklists, due dates, comments, attachments etc. There is a progress meter that adds a checklist to organize your to-do list. You can also attach documents and multimedia files to the cards.
|Support||Online||Customer Type||Freelancers Large Enterprises Medium Business Small Business|
|API||Location / Phone Number||Sydney, Australia / +61 2 9262 1443|
|Deployment||SaaS/Web/Cloud Mobile - Android Mobile - iOS||Category||Project Management Software|
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HANDY HELPFUL AND VERY EASY TO USE . I USE ABOARDS FOR TRELLO 6 DAYS A WEEK. THE BEST ORGANIZER. I HAVE EVER USED..
Love the app. Some glitches since I changed my phone though: when I move the card (say, to archive) it doubles itself and stays on the screen like forever! As I leave the app the card sits still on a screen throughout the session (even locked screen has the card).
I cant do anything without this app
this app organizes your mind.
Thanks for the response on the dark mode feature
Couldn't even use the app, it kept signing me out as soon as I'd try to make a board.
Very well done. I love this app.
I don’t know why anyone would prefer the app compared to the web version even on a phone. First, there is the friction that comes from the fact the app is similar but just different enough than the web version that it can throw off your flow. Adding a checklist to a card goes to the top on the app, but adding a checklist goes to the bottom on the web. So to get your checklists in order on the app, you have to put them in from last to first... what? (You can’t re-arrange them after you’ve made them, either.) This is just an example of the confusion and frustration a Trello fan will encounter because things are just a little different on the app, and sometimes they’re just missing altogether. Then there are the power ups. They’re awesome, right? Well, they don’t work in the app. It is probably for security reasons and not Trello’s fault — but again, just use the web version for a more consistent experience (same UI, same features).
Just not for me. Unable to customize enough.