|Business||Free||Trello, Inc.||iPhone, iPad, iPod|
Whether you’re managing a team of freelancers, writing an epic screenplay, or just making a list of stuff, Trello makes sure you’re organized and on top of it all.
Like a whiteboard with super powers, Trello is simple to use and infinitely flexible. You’ll know exactly what needs to get done, who’s going to do it, and what’s coming up next. Plus, everything you do is synced and saved instantly to the cloud so that all your devices are always up to date.
With Trello, you can create boards to organize anything you’re working on. Use them solo — or invite colleagues, friends, and family to work together.
Write your ideas down on Trello cards and arrange them in lists on your boards. Adorn your cards with
• Checklists, to keep track of to-dos;
• Comments, to update your co-workers;
• Avatars, to see just who’s working on it currently; and
• Attachments of photos, videos, PDFs, and whatever else besides.
Well that’s all there is, so you better stop reading but wait there’s more. This app supports the Apple Watch, for getting things done on your wrist, in addition to a Today widget for creating cards from your notification center. The app also comes with full support for Apple Handoff, so you can go from creating a board on your phone, to adding cards to it on your tablet, to making checklists on your desktop – without breaking a sweat. One last thing: you can add cards and attach photos from any app that supports it, from the Share pane.
With the Trello app in your pocket, you can make to-do lists while waiting in line at the grocery store, assign tasks to your co-worker while you’re on the train home, or upload a photo of that paisley couch from the store — it would look lovely in the living room, wouldn’t it?
Not bad for the free version
I have been using Trello for the better part of a decade, and recently I switched back to iOS after a 6 year stretch on Android. I LOVE the Trello web app. And the Trello Android app is exactly what you’d expect. Zero complaints. But for some reason, the iOS app has made some really question design decisions that may force me to stop using Trello for many of the things I use it for on a daily basis. For example, my partner and I use a card with checklists in it to manage our grocery shopping. I’m both the web and Android version of Trello, I can toggle “hide completed tasks” on a checklist, and the setting persists until I change it back. On iOS, the list defaults to showing completed tasks, which means I have to hide them EVERY SINGLE TIME I use the app. Infuriating. Also, there’s no way that I can find to dismiss the keyboard after adding an item to the checklist, unless you click “Close”, which closes the entire card. Why?!?!?!? I think Android is a fine platform, but the truth is most apps-and even some of Google’s own apps-are just a little better and a little more elegant. Not the case with the iOS Trello app. A real and profound disappointment as a long time user and advocate.
It’s to easy to close a board on accident and there is no way to see closed boards. Mine is lost now. Otherwise I’ve really enjoyed it
Easy to use with multiple people
Don’t get me wrong! I LOVE Trello and have been using the web version for a few years now. Today, for the first time in a long time, I tried it on my iPhone (Xs Max 14.2 - Trello 2020.15 [I think, I could not find an actual “About” page]) - disappointed and, quite frankly, very surprised. 1. Constant “nag” - “Keep up the good work, you can create new boards by tapping the + on top” - I am constantly needing to tap the nag window to close it. 2. I can find no way to see Team members. When I select a team I see it’s boards but not its members. 3. Home?? Home is totally counter intuitive (to me). It shows me “Getting Started - Stay on track and up-to-date - invite people to boards and cards, add comments, and adjust due dates all from the new Trello Home. We’ll show the most important activity here.” And that’s it. Tapping this notice does nothing. The only thing I have found to do on this page is to tap + in the upper left (no nag here though). But tapping + only takes me to a screen where I can create a board or card. I have found nothing I can do to make “Home” usable, or even make it show more than the “Getting Started” notice. 4. Close Board - I almost had a heart attack! I was on the Board Settings page of one of my boards. At the bottom was a “Close Board” button. I tapped it thinking I was closing that page. My board vanished and I was shown a window stating “The Board is closed” with a tiny “re-open” link. I dismissed the page. My board had vanished! I could find it nowhere. HORRIBLE UX! Something as significant as this action demands more attention! I went to the web app and managed to find a “See closed boards...” link at the bottom of by board list. Resuscitated!
I have been using Trello for awhile. Have liked it.... until today. I went to access info and once I clicked on the folder, it said unavailable and immediately deleted the folder and all critical info. I tried to access it via web, and it was gone. Not happy that very important info that I needed right now is gone. Will no longer use this app. Unreliable.
I’ve been using this since October 2019 and have built my trello for my company. I’m the only one that uses the account, I don’t have other accounts, and I’m connected to the WiFi. This morning I went to my trello as normal and it said I had to verify my account but no option to do so then it disappeared. The help tab doesn’t work and I have information about my company on there. Everything from marketing, to do lists, to customers. I really hope I don’t have to start over cause I have links on there to reference for the future. Please tell me this is an easy fix. I don't want to log out and log back in cause it said I could loose information. Please help!
I have been using Trello for about a year, managing multiple teams and committees. I love the interface and ease of use. It is my favorite work app. However, it has had outages on three Monday mornings in the last two months. Team meetings are on Mondays and it’s a disaster when we cannot depend on this app. It was down today for 20 minutes. They have got to fix their stability or I will be forced to move to another platform.
I LOVE THIS APP
I’ve used this tool for years to track and document anything from personal projects to business projects. It’s the most flexible tool as well as easy to use for anything you need to accomplish.