Hey Community, my name is Tammy and I’m Trello's communications manager. We're looking for stories of how Trello has changed the way that you work or live. If chosen and after you've consented, your story could be referenced when we talk to the press, which means you could be featured in some really cool publications such as TechCrunch, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, etc.
If you're interested, please send your stories to firstname.lastname@example.org, and also let me know:
1) Can we share this story publicly?
2) Are you willing to talk to media?
If your story is a fit, I will reach out with more details. And don't worry - we will not use any stories without replying and expressly confirming consent and details with you first. Thanks in advance and I look forward to hearing all of your amazing experiences!
Oh man, where do I start? Before Trello, I struggled to actually make progress on things. It was like I was missing a way to visualize all the things i need to accomplish and move them forward. Over the last several years I've created a TON of systems with Trello that has changed my life. Chiefly using Trello to manage my life like an agile sprint and keeping track of all the things I want to accomplish, but also for planning trips, finding a new job, christmas shopping and birthday lists, and most recently moving to another state. You can see more details in blog posts I've written on the Trello blog and also on my personal website. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions - always happy to chat about Trello :).
If you had to thrive a new habit during a lockdown, what would it be? Trello
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