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 something missing. Somethings you wish existed. Well just like our phones, Trello provides us with the basic. But we go to the app store to add our banking, social media and meditation apps and it enhances our phones and makes our lives much easier.
Power-ups act in the same way. It enhances your Trello board and it allows you to get past your simple, To Do - In Progress- Done columns. Power-ups are like phone apps and Atlassian add on’s, they add on to your foundation.
To enable Power-Ups go to your board menu and select “Power-Ups.” You will then be prompted to the power-ups directory. The directory provides different categories to choose from and the ability to search using keywords.
Clients often ask me if they can do this or that with Trello. My answer usually consists of “there’s a power-up for that.” Here are some of my favorite power-ups:
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