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The versatility of Trello

Trello is the one Atlassian product I use at home, at work, and anywhere through the app on my phone.

Earlier this year I shared a Trello board I created for Atlassian Summit 2019. Creating this board helped calm my nerves (I am not a seasoned traveller); gave me a back-up record of flight, insurance, and other key information on my phone; and was a easy way to share travel details with an emergency contact (in case it was required). 

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The base of this board came from, more specifically Rachel Gilbert's public Iceland trip! board.

My other personal boards include:

  • Family overseas holiday planning (based on the Trello board above)
  • Recipes (as I am on a mission to build a collection of low-FODMAP recipes), and
  • Mind map with To do, In progress, and Done columns (a long list of chores and tasks I will get to some day)

The collection of boards used at work is also building. The board names give a clue to the variety of uses a Trello board can be put to:

Screen Shot 2019-06-24 at 11.58.07 AM.pngScreen Shot 2019-06-24 at 11.57.55 AM.pngTrello boards can even be dedicated to a hairstyle!

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Jodi LeBlanc
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Jun 24, 2019

Awesome post @Kat Warner thanks so much for sharing how you use Trello, and as an added bonus that mullet board is priceless lol!


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