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Wouldn't it be appreciated if we could tell the free power-ups from the non-free?
I like to explore as much as the next person but 5, 14, etc. day trials are a waste of my time. Plus, we need to go through all the steps learning, etc. and it just further turns us off to the whole idea of paying for something - we are used to the mobile model of a lite version and later in life going with the pay version if we find value.
I'm very frustrated with dealing with marketing hooks that don't really work. (I understand the need to pay for good things, our kids need to eat, etc. but that model has been improved by the apps-lite market long ago.)
I second @Joe Provenzano request. It shouldn't be magic to have a marker placed on those Power-ups that are free to use.
Contrary to @Iain Dooley, I do think there are also a few free Power-Ups that are pretty useful. I don't know if they have intentions to make them freemium one day, but Power-Ups like Booklet by Vince or Epics by Screenful are good helper with my daily tasks.
For anyone looking for a list of all the free power-ups, you can now get that here https://www.bluecatreports.com/free-trello-powerups/
We will keep that updated monthly so it should always be up to date guide to all the free power-ups for Trello
Hope that helps :)