A blank Trello board can be both a beautiful and intimidating thing. How many lists should I have? Is creating 10 labels overkill? How can I best track my progress? Is there a way to keep it clutter-free but not lose the items that have been moved to Done?
Take a deep breath. You are not alone.
With the new and improved Inspiration page, you've got dozens of Trello starter packs at your disposal, from editorial boards to holiday planning to rock climbing and everything in between. This is your one-stop shop for sample boards and user stories that can help you make sense of the project at hand and maximize productivity. Simply copy the board & customize it to fit your needs. It's a beautiful thing.
You can check out some of our favorites on the Trello blog. And if you're thinking, "You know what, I think the board I've created is pretty far out," then we'd love to hear from you! Submit your own Trello board for a chance to be featured.
And finally, if you're into sharing how you use Trello — and earning free Gold along the way — tweet at us with some of the ways it helps you stay on track.
Erica MossCommunity Manager
So you’re using Trello at work, at home and to track your new DIY crafts. The family and co-workers are all on board and everything is organized, color coded and has a due date. But still, there’s so...
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