Get Shift Done: Tips and Tricks
Prioritize and Organize, Use Shortcuts, and Trello Board Examples
Trello is well-known as a collaborative task management tool, but are you using Trello to its fullest? To help you make the most of the online solution, we’ve gathered five of our top tips for getting sh*t done.
Trello may be one of the the best platforms for organizing your tasks, but it has one glaring flaw: no baked-in “priority” indicator for task cards. Fortunately, there’s a simple workaround — Trello’s “Labels” feature.
Trello recently added a new ‘Power-Up’ giving users the ability to add ‘custom fields’ to cards. This means you can add at-a-glance detail and context to your whole board.
Web-based project management platforms like Trello can be awesome for tracking all your tasks. However, without a strategy to rescue you from the tension between short-term tasks and long-term projects, you’re likely to miss your goals.
Good news — there’s a shortcut for copying and pasting the to-dos from your meeting notes into Trello while adding a new card with a description, all in one step.
If you only use Trello to manage projects, then you’re missing out on a whole world of goodness. Yep, you can do just about anything with this online task tracking tool and it’s time to open your eyes to the possibilities by showing you what’s possible.
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