Trello by Atlassian

Trello is a dynamic tool that combines transparency of information with a simple to use interface. Often referred to as a cloud-based ‘sticky notes’, many companies around the world have been using Trello to manage projects, build collaboration and automate tasks. Atlassian (the team brought to Jira) built Trello so that at a glance you can see what your team are working on and simply manage tasks daily.


Atlassian (the team brought to Jira) built Trello so that at a glance you can see what your team are working on and simply manage tasks daily.

Powerup Trello with dynamic features & integrations
Trello is a web-based project management application that has been designed to suit users general or unique needs and work styles. It is well suited to sales, marketing, HR and software development.

Whether tracking customer journeys to bug fixes Trello helps teams to customise functionality to meet specific project management needs. There are hundreds of integrations (so you can keep using tools like Google Drive, Slack, Jira).

The idea is that Trello is in addition and complementary to your business processes, and slots in to fill the gaps previously overlooked.

There are many ways you can use Trello:

  • Project management
  • Website development planning
  • Bug fixes & user testing
  • Customer relationship management (CRM)
  • Sales tracking and reporting
  • Managing remote teams workloads
  • Mind maps & brainstorming

No more dead or lost tasks.

Trello allows you to keep things fresh by allowing you to clear your board, marking tasks as done, sliding to another column, shifting to another board or assigning to another person.

Accountability for the tasks within a project.

The best workflow in the world will still fail if no-one’s keeping an eye on it. Trello allows you to assign team members to oversee a board and individual tasks. With added tagging and assigned labels, you’ll always know who is doing what.

Our favourite Trello features:

  • Subscribe to lists, boards, and cards
  • Save webpages as cards
  • Automatically turn emails into cards
  • Speed things up with keyboard shortcuts
  • Create a Trello master board
  • Easy organisation with tags, labels, and categories
  • Drag and drop functionality
  • Mobile functionality to access boards on the go
  • Quick overview on front and back of cards
  • Texts and visuals fit any screen size

Trello implementation & integration features:

As part of the Atlassian technology stack, Trello was built on the foundation of something much bigger and more complex than many users take into consideration. Here are the ways in which Trello can  integrate within the ecosystem it was developed for.

Trello + Jira - Create from scratch or link existing Jira issues to Trello cards.

Trello + Bitbucket - Keep projects organised by attaching Bitbucket branches, commits, and pull requests to Trello cards.

Trello + Confluence - Create new Confluence pages directly from Trello cards. See who created a page and when it was created.

Our project managers use Trello to get your deliverables completed on time.

While Trello is free to use and simple to start setting up, someone has to be responsible for the project. We partner with many clients in managing their complete project from planning to completion. As part of our project management, we use Trello to keep tasks transparent and use integrations to reduce the duplication of data.

Trello keeps costs low and allows multiple users to have access to centralised key data on where tasks are up to. We can set up your projects and provide the project managers who will take the lead in ensuring complete transparency is unlocked, tasks are updated, and projects are completed on time. Let's talk.

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