Before Slack and Trello, the online newsrooms I worked in used Basecamp and Campfire to keep projects organised. When it comes to personal projects, however, Basecamp’s price tag of $US99 ($145)/mo has made it a no-go. That is until now. This week the company launched a free tier that gives you a lot of the same functionality of traditional Basecamp without the costly monthly commitment.
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Chrome: Trello is an incredibly powerful productivity tool, and Next Step for Trello makes it a little better. The add-on lets you add checklists and check boxes to Trello cards, check them off directly in a card and arrange them so you see just the next step or all steps.
Trello is a flexible collaboration tool used by over 17 million people in a multitude of ways. Marketers, project managers, software developers, high school teachers, human resources managers, wedding planners, stay-at-home parents and travel planners, among others, have customised the visual tool to fit their needs. But how does the 100-person team behind Trello put the tool to use itself?
Mac: Trello is one of our favourite organisation tools, but one potential downside is the lack of a native desktop client. Paws jams Trello in a desktop app for Mac, complete with notifications and a handful of keyboard shortcuts.
Awesome life organising tool Trello recently came out with a Chrome extension that will make accessing and adding to your boards much faster and simpler.
Chrome: Trello is a fantastic tool to organise your whole life, and before you know it, you'll have a long list of boards in this visual organiser. Boards for Trello gives you quick access to these through a little extension icon.