Trello is so easy and flexible collaboration tool based on kanban boards.
I hope this explanation more will be clear - > https://help.trello.com/article/708-what-is-trello
Jira is an issue tracking tool (also, flexible, but more interesting features includes) that assists agile teams to plan as well as manage their projects. JIRA has different types of versions developed to serve different use-case scenarios. These are:
Of course, you need to determine what is the your use case. And evaluate it.
Trello is a "board" based tracker :)
Jira is issue based tracker. (I mean was developed early). Of course, it has boards.
The way that I like to think of it is that Trello is a digital whiteboard with sticky notes, and you can add some advanced features and integrations on top of that. But if you need something incredibly advanced and feature-rich, ie - you have a lot of depenancies or organizing complex team structures, you might need something like Jira.
In my experience, it works better to start with a simpler/easier to use solution- like Trello. And see if that fits your needs. If you find it doesn't solve your problem, try out something a little more advanced, but just keep in mind that there will be much more of a learning curve for you as you set it up and get your team members on board.
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