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Some people are Trello-oriented like me and might find this study guide template useful. Perhaps, in this case, not only can you benefit from a suggestion of how you can organize your studies, but also use it to prepare for the ACP-600 Jira Project Administration in Jira Server certification.
I made a few updates and turned the board I created to prepare for my certification exam into a Trello template. You will find lots of information, links, screenshots and notes to help you to get ready for the exam.
Please, have a look at my ACP-600 - Study Guide Template.
The notes and attachments within cards intend to help and guide exam takers through the topics of the exam. The main idea is to provide a starting point where people can fill in with their notes and details. Also, you will see lots of Trello attachments between cards. Thus, you can find more information about the topic navigating to the attached cards.
I hope people find it helpful and use it as the template for other Atlassian certifications or any other exam they will start studying for in the future.
I would love to hear your feedback! :)
Kat is right Ivan, this is amazing! I wanted to build something like this but I didn't know how to bring the concept to life. I might just have to borrow this template for future exam prep.
Thank you for sharing!
Sure, no problem. Well, the more people who can take advantage of using it, the better. Thus, I can get more feedback and make it better in the next updates.
I'm glad you liked it. Thanks, Erica. 😀