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I would like to use Trello as a tool to manage all the Product and R&D activities.

I would like to use Trello as a tool to manage all the Product and R&D activities.

Meaning to have Trello containing the product road map, epics, build the project, timelines, iterations, user stories, tasks, etc.,

Madge the agile processes including burndown report etc.

I want all the different parts to be connected so I’ll have a holistic view of all the processes of product and R&D – moving items from Road map to planning to active iterations, etc.

Will Trello support all those activities and iterations?

Any ideas on how I do that?

Is Trello the right tool for the above?


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Fabian Lim
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Apr 24, 2022

Hi @Dror Ikar

Welcome to the community!

You would be better off using Jira which has all the agile modules built in.  If you sign up for premium cloud, you will also have the advanced roadmap capabilities.


Thanks much for your help - Jira is indeed a better tool for my needs. 

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