This month we have two software picks because they work hand in hand and I’m surprisingly impressed by both. Well, I already knew that I liked the idea of Trello, but the first time I tested Trello there were no time tracking options to go with it.
I’ve recently discovered Plus for Trello and I’ve been testing both for the past two months now.
Trello has both FREE and paid versions
Plus for Trello is FREE
Ok, so I’m a visual person and also a tactile person. I use my project management systems to manage my teams, and keep my to do’s, goals, objectives, track leads and any issues, etc. and I also write down my top 3 daily to do list on my planner. This helps me ensure that I get my most important work done first.
Since I’ve been using Trello I’ve even created personal boards for menu planning, errands, home chores, personal goals, bible studies/devotions, and more. The skies the limit and if you are a visual person you’ll love using Trello.What I love about Trello and Plus for Trello is ... Click To Tweet
What I love about Trello is that it is highly visual with its drag and drop functionality, ability to link boards together, the cards themselves create a great visual appeal, color coded labelling, tagging and more. Also has a mobile app.
And Plus for Trello is a great little Chrome extension you can get from the Google Play store and works like a charm. I’ve had no issues with it at all, and it even creates a nice little time sheet for you with a variety of options for saving or printing. Also, they are working on an Android app, and I’ve had the pleasure of taking a sneak peak and I must say I cannot wait until it is fully functional.
Come back and let me know what you think by leaving your comments below.What I love about Trello and Plus for Trello is ... Click To Tweet