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What is your primary use case for Trello?


How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

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Top 5Real User

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.

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Top 10Real User

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.

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Remy is a software development company. Trello is useful for keeping track of all our business functions such as marketing, business development, product development, partners, etc. Typically for day-to-day high-level activities and to-do lists, and also personal to-do lists.

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Top 20Real User

We use it in our company, since it allows for managing projects and keeping the team informed of all the project's progress and its state. It has been fundamental for our company in better managing projects.

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I use Trello for project management along with my team. It is used for managing projects with our clients and updating tasks along with status updates. It helps us manage projects successfully.

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