“What do you want to know about Trello?”
You would think this would be a good question to ask:
“How to connect Trello to slack?”
”Does it work on mobile?”
“Yes it does”
The Real Tough Trello Questions
The REAL juicy areas are revealed when we ask people:
What do you wish the people you use Trello with knew about Trello.
“I wish Maggie would put links in cards rather than upload the file.”
“Basia always starts a new card for features instead of adding them to an existing card.”
Rajesh is the ONLY team member who archives a card properly, I wish the others would do this.
The Best Part About Trello Is
Nils and I spend our Trello work time in very different places.
Nils is leading small teams of developers while I am with other Freelancers making web content or workshop projects.
No one ever taught us how to use Trello, we just worked it out for ourselves.
The best part about Trello is how it is a blank canvas and you can do what you want, it took us a while to appreciate that, so with this post and the workshops we run in our coworking space we are out to help people “find their Trello voice.”
How We Can Help You
Type your “Trello wish” in the comment box below this post.
Or you can email us here if you don’t want to be public.
When you leave us an answer we can write a blog post or answer the question in a future podcast so you can share the answer with your teammates.
Acts Of Love
Just to be double-double clear — this is an act of love — not a “Trello bitch session” 😉
We’d really appreciate your help sharing this post, especially in the freelancer, coworking, maker, content creator, collaborative dudes-type areas of the world.
Thanks for reading Bernie & Nils!
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