Trello Primary Use Case
We primarily use the solution to organize projects.
Trello is mainly for a Kanban-style of product management. You have a set of tasks and you'll move tasks from one phase to another phase. They won't do anything themselves from the organization's perspective, or from the strategy or the product perspective. A user needs to manipulate the information and set up the processes. If they want to introduce any product, they'll make a different board for that product. Jira, on the other hand, for example, has both a Scrum mode for managing projects and having a toolkit as well as a Kanban-style board.View full review »
My company is hiring an outsourced copywriter team for some content purpose. For the first time, we connect by email for exchanging writing documents. Unfortunately, performing tasks by email came up with a poor result that we could not control the progress when several team members participating.
Hence, we need communication software to control the process and results. File storage and process tracking are two key targets. Normal instant text messaging software like Skype or Messenger is not suitable in this case. We have come up with Kanban software, and Trello is one of the top selections.View full review »
IT Project Manager at a transportation company with 501-1,000 employees
We are using the latest version, which is free and online.
I use the solution as my personal board for daily, project and operational tasks.View full review »
Product Owner - Structural Frame Software Group at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees
We use Trello for task management. We've used it a lot in the last year. I'm able to integrate it within Aha! and link to the Trello board. I kind of use the Aha! side more myself and it feeds into Trello. I do pull up Trello to look and make sure things are in the right spot and we review biweekly in Trello.View full review »