Review from Jamie Wilman
Excellent android companion The best android app for a to do service I have seen. App is really slick and they is in constant development, new features are added every week! Highly recommend as better than Wunderlist, Asana, RTM...
I freaking love trello. This App rocks my world! It's the most versatile organization/project management/ content management/ idea jotting/ life scheduling / work management app I've ever used. It's also alot of fun for the creative people that like things to look pretty. I'm using trello gold which is like $5/month because I like my board to look extra pretty and you have a broader range of stickers to access. Id recommend this app to anyone, I think its versatile enough for any use case
Great companion app to the desktop version. A bit of feedback for the developers: A bit lacking in terms of UX and material design. I would suggest keeping the same feel as the desktop version has so as not to confuse the user between both platforms. Personally, I love using Trello on my desktop while I work. It would be amazing if I could have the same experience while on my phone; being able to stay focused on my tasks, and not get distracted by some of the features offered in the mobile version (eg weird button placement when adding a checklist/description, etc to a card, as well as notifications which I don't use. Other than that, once I click on a board, it feels the same as it is on my desktop. No issues with sync. All in all great app. Keep up the good work! Indy
I like this better when it comes to user experience. A really awesome app specially if you can open your attachments offline. Yes, unfortunately I can't do that here like in Keep. I can't also change your board's background offline. I hope there's also an option as what part of an image to show as card cover. Please please please make this things work for us offline. As of now I'm still using Keep because of this stuff. Thank you so much in advance and more power. Cheers!
This app is great. A lot of people don't give it 5 stars because they're just not used to the Trello system. If your board is not project based but a simple to do list, I find it works best with a Getting Things Done system where you have a context for you board (@home, @work), and for lists you have the following. an inbox (just a brainstorm list), dependent list (where you are waiting on an outcome from sb else or sth else so you can't do anything for it at the moment), today list (cards with tasks you can deal with today), this week list , next list (cards are actionable, you know what to do but have not decided when to do it), maybe list (cards are not actionable, you don't know what to do let alone when to do it), and completed lost (list of cards you can archive).
I use trello for task management for a small project involving 4-6 people. It's been perfect. It would also be great for things like household chores and schoolwork. The catch is that everyone involved has to use it. Compared to other tools, e.g. jira and asana, trello is simpler, more straightforward, and outright friendlier. Trello also uses markdown, which I prefer to jira's markup.
Absolutely baffling that not all the power ups are not available on the mobile version. You can't create repeat due dates from the mobile app! You have to go to the web version instead. It really is a bummer because the app has such potential. The Windows 10 app is amazing! But in order for this system to have a bright future they must not treat the mobile apps as a second thought.
Bug fixes and performance improvements
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