A few week’s ago, Trello announced a new card repeater power-up. The power-up allows you to set repeating tasks up so that they automatically appear in Trello when you need them. The Card Repeater function turns out to be pretty difficult to turn off. I’ve found a small trick that makes it much easier – […]
This post is in direct response to Jo Sayer of English-language teaching company ELTJam. When we asked Jo what he wanted people to know most about Trello, this was his response: I wish people knew that you could remove the first uploaded image from being the ‘cover’ of the card. Fine if you want an […]
This week I’d like to talk to you about timeboxing, specifically as a technique for keeping on top of lots of Trello boards. Timeboxing is a proven productivity technique that is often overlooked in favour of to-do lists and goal planners. Trello itself gives you excellent to-do list and project management tools but without an […]
Have you heard of the term ‘visual learner’? It describes someone who prefers visual cues to process new ideas and keep their motivation high. I believe that we are all visual learners to some extent. And yet many software tools, including Trello, present us with bland, text-heavy interfaces. We’re going to change that! Read on […]
When you work on productivity and growing your business you will eventually come across something called BPM. BPM stands for Business Process Modelling. It’s essentially the act of writing down the processes that keep your business running. You can use complex and expensive software for BPM – we wanted to show you an alternative using […]
Ah, yes – repeating tasks. Buy food every Saturday. Send invoices every month. Schedule a product review every week. Your weeks are most likely full of repeating tasks. You already use Trello to organise much of your life – can you also schedule repeating tasks in Trello? Read on to find out!