There’s No Place Like Home: A New Trello Activity Feed & Remodeled Notifications

Trello activity feed and mark as read notifications

With over two billion cards created to date, Trello users are planning, prioritizing, and producing like never before. If you were to swap those Trello cards for sticky notes, you’d be running out of space. In fact, you’d need a wall 100,000 miles long to hold all of those three-inch pieces of paper next to each other.

Two billion ideas, tasks, and projects are no small feat! From cards for humanitarian aid to cards for camping trips—congratulations and thank you for inspiring all of us to dream, plan, and do.

Trello has always been a place to get organized and get stuff done, so why stop there? After hearing from you about what you’d like to see next, we are so excited to launch the biggest Trello refresh yet: a brand spankin' new home view for all of your Trello activities and a better notifications system to help you focus and get even more done! These features will be gradually rolling out over the next week, so hold tight if you don’t see them just yet.

tiny_twitter_birdTweet it outHoly moly, 2 billion @trello cards! Let’s celebrate with these majorly productive upgrades: bit.ly/trellohome 

Your New Trello Home

Trello home overview: New activity feed functions

Imagine a world in which everything that’s most important to you can be accessed from one place. No more searching through layers of boards, tasks, and comments, then trying to prioritize the lot ad hoc—this is a central base of operations for your productivity. Welcome home.

Like your own assistant, the new Trello home view is personalized for your priorities, and will give you the high-level perspective you need across your Trello account. By displaying an activity feed from your Trello teams, home automatically surfaces the information you need, when you need it. Let the information come to you and browse at your own pace. Get a shared view of what everyone on your team is working on without having to dig through every individual board.

Learn more about how new sections "Up Next” and “Highlights” will bring you and your team more clarity on top priorities and must-read updates:

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Notifications You Can Act On

Trello notifications changes updates - mark as read

When you are constantly bombarded by notifications, it can take all your willpower to not just throw your phone or computer at the wall and walk away. But what if you miss something important? It’s time to start taking control of your notifications—your Trello ones at least!

In this major update, notifications have been revamped with your productivity in mind. You can now mark individual alerts as ‘read’ or ‘unread’ depending on what you want to address. Not only that, you're able to change due dates, mark cards as done, and stop watching a card from within the notifications panel. And stay tuned, more is on the way!

Engaging with notifications in Trello is now more delightful and useful (the way it should be). Take a tour of your new organizing power in this deep dive:

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Home Is Where Your Productivity Is

Whether you’re planning a family vacation, a company conference—or both at the same time—Trello can give you productivity piece of mind and help you feel at home with everything that’s on your plate. From the big picture down to the nitty-gritty details, you and your team will have the ability to manage it all in one place.

So go on, then! Get inspired, get organized, and get your most meaningful work done where you’re most comfortable.

Note: These features are gradually rolling out over the next week, so don't worry if you don't see them just yet. 🙂 

Good or bad, we'd love to hear your thoughts. Find us on Twitter (@trello) or write in to support@trello.com.

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