A year already since Trello was launched? It hardly seems possible. In celebration we thought we’d slice you off a hunk of stats about Trello for your enjoyment. Make a wish!
Let's look at the numbers...
You guys have been busy.
You have created 14,581,962 cards. That doesn't include the auto-generated welcome board cards. Those are actual cards you created. That’s like 40,000 cards a day. You have made 777,000 boards. You’ve made 717,337 accounts. We hit 500,000 in July, so it’s going even faster these days. Across all those accounts there have been 103,000 teams made.
How many is that per minute? That's...
- 640 actions per minute
- 80 new cards per minute
- 3.5 new boards per minute
- 2.6 signups per minute
The Trello Team Grew
In the last year we’ve added several new people to the team so we can continue development on several fronts. That lets us focus on new frontiers like mobile apps, and push forward on new features on the web. Yeah, and still fix bugs as fast as we can too. Like this, which just happened this morning:
The team loves to squash bugs lightning fast.
In the last year we’ve added:
- A better iPhone app with push notifications
- An all-new Android app
- Card covers, images on the front of cards
- Drag and drop files uploads from your desktop
- Subscribe to cards, lists, boards to get notifications
- Ability to copy cards and boards
- A simple “my cards” page, so you can see all your cards across boards
- Desktop notifications
- Google Drive integration
- Better search
- Ability to edit comments
- And hundreds of bug fixes, little improvements, and speed and stability work.
If you're curious about this sort of thing, one of our most popular blog posts is this one about Trello's technology stack. See how we are able to quickly deploy fixes and new features.
And lastly, we've said it before, but it always bears repeating. Thanks to all of you who have been using Trello and telling your friends and workmates about it. It's hard to express how gratifying it is for the team to watch people get real value out of a product they have spent many hours sweating and laboring over. It's what it's all about in the end--it makes work meaningful for all of us--so thanks again.
Good or bad, we’d love to hear your thoughts. Find us on Twitter (@trello)!