One of the most common adjectives associated with Trello is “flexibility.” Trello was designed with simplification in mind: it is meant to declutter your priorities in order to help you gain a better perspective at work, at home, and anywhere in between.
Due to its simplicity, Trello works well with other tools. Whether it’s time tracking, bug reports, or sales leads, it makes sense that there are multiple tools on your belt for getting things done more efficiently. But did you know that Trello is also a place where all those apps and workflows can co-exist together in perfect productivity harmony?
Behold, a page that showcases all the neat apps and integrations that can be implemented onto your Trello board. It should be easy for you to find a tool that helps augment your Trello experience, and this page is built to help you discover the vibrant community of integrations.
These integrations solve unique problems and support the thousands of ways that Trello is used. Here are a few popular examples:
Harvest is a great time tracking app that allows you to stay right inside Trello. Built as a Chrome extension, Harvest tracks time directly on your Trello cards.
You can link timesheets to Trello cards, which makes for an easy association between time entries and cards. Harvest also allows you to generate reports and invoices, thus an easier way to bill clients. Start your timers! Read more here.
For agile teams using Trello, Corrello creates dashboards to give a higher level view of what is going on in your Trello board. Find out, for instance, how many cards are open at a given moment, or how many “urgent” tasks are on a board.
Corrello allows you to plot the progress of sprints with burndown charts, allowing you to track progress each day to make sure that your team is on time to finish its projects. Read more here.
For those of you that love to Pomodoro your productivity, Pomello is an app that enables this technique right from a Trello board. Organize Trello cards so you know what tasks need to be accomplished, then fire up Pomello to work on them distraction free for 25 minutes at a time. Read more here.
Some people want to be able to see progress reports, or Gantt charts, associated with their Trello boards. Elegantt provides that solution for teams looking for more drilled down status reports. It's intuitive and drops down right on the board in order to give you a greater perspective on what's going on. Read more here.
Capture For Trello
Capture For Trello allows you to quickly take a screenshot and instantly attach it to a Trello card. Highlight important details in the screenshot by drawing arrows or rectangles on the captured image before attaching it to your card. Read more here.
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