Hi Daniel - what is the status of releasing offline on the web app? The only reason I downloaded it (and I would assume most of your users would download it) is that a basic functionality of desktop apps is that they work offline, which Trello has failed to deliver on. What was the use case you built the desktop app for? Right now, the desktop app does only what the web app does but worse because the integrations do not even work on the desktop app. The only possible reason anyone would download it is for offline compatibility.
Saying the mobile app has offline is not an answer - managing multiple Trello cards and boards on a mobile phone, no matter what size the screen, is a punishing idea. There's not even a nice way to toggle between boards but that doesn't even begin to cover how painful this is.
I have a paid account with Trello, and this would be smth pushing me to churn to smth more sophisticated like Omnifocus, as my Trello is effectively inaccessible or modifiable when I'm traveling, have bad wifi connections etc
I am just starting to use Trello for both personal and professional projects and I am shocked to learn that the Mac app does not work offline.
I experienced a power outage today while working from home, tried to open Trello to review an update a project and, suprise, did not load at all.
Switched to Todoist to update some tasks, then opened Ulysses and other apps with no problems at all.
If you had to thrive a new habit during a lockdown, what would it be? Trello
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