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Tip: Using labels to prepare our weekly meetings

Tony Sansico November 30, 2018


I wanted to share this turnaround to the community. In my company, we are intensively using Trello, especially in the marketing department. 

We decided to bring together different specialists from the team who are working on shared projects.

We organized our board as a funnel New Projects > Long Term > Short Term > Started > Weekly Sprint > Pending Validation > Completed > On hold.


But when run our weekly sprint reviews, we also review the new cards (new projects), and also other projects worth being discussed for any reason.


We came up to use a label called "Weekly"in addition to our already existing labels (conference, webinars, content etc..). This way, when we start the call, we just filter on it, and the weekly is ready!

The other benefits of this, is to be collaborative, anyone can bring a topic on the table.

Hope this can help some of you :)

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Iain Dooley
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November 30, 2018

@Tony Sansico thanks for sharing, labels are a great way to avoid "overboarding" in Trello and keep things in a manageable space.

Have you been training on the keyboard shortcuts for filtering and viewing based on label?

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Tony Sansico December 3, 2018

Yes sure, we use that everyday. We filter on colors and on members. And adding a "meeting" type of label is a workaround for use to prepare and run our weekly meetings.

Hope that helps,



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