Trello is a web-based, project management application for the ease of organization for users. It can be used to create an individual task board with different columns and move tasks between them. The tool can be used for personal and business purposes including real estate management, software project management, school bulletin boards, and etc. At its core, Trello relies on the principles of Kanban project boards to visualize workflows, providing managers and team members with a simple overview of a project from start to finish.
- A big part of Trello’s appeal is its ease of use and versatility: it differs from full-featured project management software, prioritizing lightweight functionality and accessibility over a broad feature set.
- Trello lets users set up simple rules to automate repetitive tasks such as moving cards to the “done” list when a checklist is complete, for instance.
- Trello stands out in comparison to other project management apps due to its use across different industries and mediums. It stands out as an important tool for supporting team collaboration in a distributed workforce.
- Mobile friendly – Many project management apps do not have mobile compatibility, however, Trello works on every platform. Whether it is on the computer, on the tablet, or phone, the tool can reformat itself to any screen size.
- Trello uses industry standard Transport Layer Security (“TLS”) to create a secure connection using 128-bit Advanced Encryption Standard (“AES”) encryption. Atlassian’s Workplace Technology team protects our wireless networks by utilizing WPA2-AES authentication and PEAP-EAP-MSCHAPv2 encryption