I clearly remember the official declaration that Trello would be free forever. Though I do accept that charges could be asked for new features, extensions, etc., but Trello as it was during that official statement should remain free as officially guaranteed - including teams.
Now you are breaking Trello's solemn promise by demanding fees for features that were already there when the promise was made.
I have considered upgrading in order to have more power-ups, but since I would have to pay for the power-ups and pay for the privilege to be allowed to have more power-ups, I feel I would be paying twice for the power-ups, paying double. It is like paying an entrance fee to an amusement park and still have to pay for each ride. Therefore I have not upgraded.
I have over the course of years integrated Trello in my life and businesses, setting up extensive GTD-systems for myself and several "teams" in order to organize my businesses. Not only have I introduced Trello to hundreds of new users (making Trello boards for all new students of two educational institutions) - but you could say I have fully committed and surrendered to Trello. Now I would have to dismantle my entire organisation in order to reduce the number of boards per team.
Since Atlassian has purchased Trello it seems that the original Trello-spirit has been lost.
P.S. Please don't misunderstand me, I do appreciate Trello, as a matter of fact I love Trello! I am not entitled, ungrateful, unreasonable and such.
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