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Trello as Digital asset management

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Oct 11, 2023

In the past I used Trello. In my organization there was an approach where al the team connected to a single and dedicated board was in the condition of putting the digital asset and using trella like a sort of DAM. 

Being a small team and above all a small project, the need was to manage few resources in terms of weight. Now I would like to propose the use of strand within a more complex ecosystem.

The enterprise license seem having an unlimited workspace. This means that I can consider a good choice Trello, also, as a DAM?

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Oliver S
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Oct 12, 2023

Hi Riccardo, welcome to the community!

Want to be upfront that Trello out of the box is not designed as a Digital Asset Management Tool, rather it's a tool for work management and project management.

Trello is certainly customisable in that you can configure it to your desired use case - it would likely require some configuration and exploration of the features to see whether you feel it meets what you need. We have a range of different use cases for Trello outlined here:

Our feature list and pricing page is available here. You can explore whether the built in features provide what you need for your use case:

Trello does have various Third-party integrations and Power-ups that can help enhance the built in functionality. You would likely need to explore these to see whether any of them fit in with your desired use case:

Hopefully this helps! :)

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