What do you like best?
Trello is free! You can take advantage of Trello without having to subscribe to its highest subscription plan. In addition to the budget-friendly pricing, it is also user-friendly to any type of tech user. Trello puts a lot of effort into making sure its interface is simple to use. Butler bot is like the Siri to your device, where it can perform repetitive tasks that can be time-consuming. If you are on a paid subscription, I believe the butler bot is automatically entered, if not, it can be manually added. Butlerbot is helpful by creating tasks and assignments and updates immediately.
What do you dislike?
In my opinion, Trello is missing one of the biggest features that all collaboration apps should have its own or create an integration tool for, which is a calendar app. The most important thing when it comes to collaboration is getting down everyone's schedule. It is one of the most asked questions whenever I plan on working with someone. Trello lacking this feature is actually one of the biggest reasons why I made the switch to Asana and Slack because there are commands that automatically sync my data onto my calendar and between both apps.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Take into consideration whether calendar integration is important to you.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Trello is used with the current internship I have with at the Planetarium. We use it for Improved collaboration, Syncing everyone's tasks and assignments at once, and a platform user-friendly and device friendly as there are iOS, Android, Mac, and Windows users on the team. Butler bot feature is commonly used in the admin department at my internship.