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Please share best practices for staying organized with weekly/daily tasks when working with several different boards and projects. I love Trello and use it for everything from personal (grocery lists and chores, health matters and bills) to business (multiple boards for work projects). I struggle with figuring out how to keep all of my daily and weekly priorities organized. Sometimes I'm listing everything that I need to do in one board called Weekly priorities. Sometimes, I'm working within a project board specifically. But it gets really messy. And sometimes I just stop using Trello all together because it confuses me....should I work within a project board, or just prioritized my whole life in one board. I'm even having a hard time explaining this issue. I know I can move cards between boards and this helps somewhat. But I have SO MUCH GOING ON all the time. It's hard to stay on top of everything.
Please share tips on what works for you guys!
I totally get where you are at. - I'd recommend not to put everything into one board. It only gets cluttered quickly and won't help you in organizing yourself.
Instead, I'd recommend to create a board for different aspects of your life, and create something like a dashboard, where information from those individual can flow selectively into this dashboard. For setting up the dashboard, you could use one of the Power-Ups, like Unito or Butler.
I found this multi-level approach to be VERY helpful in not loosing track of the smaller tasks and deadlines. - Let me know if you have more questions.