Since discovering Getting Things Done four years ago, Josh Earl tried just about every task management system out there. They all have their strengths, but each was missing some key element that left him wanting more.
The search is over, though. Trello is about as close to a perfect platform for GTD as he could imagine.
Trello’s simple enough that anyone can use it, but it’s also incredibly powerful—especially when you pair it with Zapier integrations. In this article, you’ll find some of the best ways people are using Trello to get things done and have fun, along with some of Trello’s best hidden features and ways to make it more powerful.
Synthesizing user research can be a painstaking process. Your post-it notes are everywhere, you end up spending lots of time organizing them onto a board, and you rarely come back to revisit them.
Here is a different approach to synthesis, with a digital tool most already know — Trello.
Whether you’re working solo or with a team that manages content for clients, it’s essential to have a system in place to ensure that everything you publish is managed properly from ideation through promotion.
In this article, you’ll discover how to manage your content with Trello.
Do you need a better way to manage your blog content? Looking for a tool to outline your blogging workflow from beginning to end?
In this article, you’ll discover how to effectively organize how you brainstorm, write, and publish your blog’s content with Trello.
Just by using Trello, you’ll probably find your content marketing strategy will become more streamlined. Everything will be all in one place, easy to find, and easier to manage. In this post, Neil Patel will show you step-by-step how you can use it to make your content marketing strategies so much better.
Any blogger will admit that creating valuable content at a regular interval is difficult. Sometimes it’s hard to find the words to say… well, anything. This type of brain fog necessitates the need for an organized plan to hold writers accountable, centralize and flesh out ideas, as well as keep the content flowing at a steady clip. Creating a Trello board for an Editorial Calendar is an intuitive and visual way to store, overview, and organize content.