What do you like best?
Trello is one of the most powerful software you could use, and it's power comes from it's flexibility. You can do anything you want from taking notes and managing travels, to project management. You can keep track of your tasks, change them from the states "to do" , "doing", "wating", "done", among others you want or need. You can have due dates, so you know when the task is supposed to be finished. And if that is not all, Trello has great integrations.
What do you dislike?
Trello has a great power, but as someone said, "A great power comes with a great responsibility". So you have to make and establish an order so you don't lose yourself in the hundreds of tasks you could create. That said and you have to establish some rules with your team, so the boards keep it's flow.
Recommendations to others considering the product
Trello has a lot of flexibility so you have to keep it at order so it would not become caos. In order to do that, we create some lists to take control of our tasks:
- "Backlog", so we keep track of our major tasks or user histories.
- "To do", where the minor tasks are waiting to be started.
- "Doing", so we can know who is doing what on what moment.
- "Waiting", if there is anything that needs to be done in order to finish these tasks.
- "Done", where all finished tasks are, we recommend to separate the done lists between periods of time.
What business problems are you solving with the product? What benefits have you realized?
Trello is our project management software, so we have several boards, one or two for each project so we can see, the project development, and so we can see, how many tasks have been finished, how many are waiting for something and how many have to be done.