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Work flow management in trello

Deleted user April 13, 2023

Trello can be used for differenent work flow basis?

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Mayur Jadhav
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April 13, 2023

Hello @[deleted] ,

Welcome to the Atlassian Community!!

Trello is a project management tool that offers a user-friendly and highly visual interface, making it ideal for managing projects of various sizes and complexities. Here are some ways Trello can be used for project management:

Creating boards: Trello allows you to create boards that represent your projects. Each board contains lists and cards that represent the tasks and subtasks associated with the project.


Creating lists: Lists are a way to organize the cards on the board. You can create different lists based on the different stages of the project, such as "To-Do," "In Progress," and "Completed."
Creating cards: Each card represents a specific task or subtask within the project. You can add details such as due dates, checklists, and attachments to each card.


Assigning tasks: You can assign tasks to team members and add due dates to keep everyone on track. You can also add comments and attachments to the cards to provide additional information and context.


Tracking progress: Trello allows you to track the progress of your project in real-time. You can move cards from one list to another as they are completed, which provides a visual representation of the project's progress.


Collaborating: Trello enables collaboration among team members. You can add team members to boards, assign tasks to them, and communicate via comments.


Integrating with other tools: Trello integrates with various tools such as Slack, Google Drive, and GitHub, allowing you to streamline your workflow and automate certain tasks.
Overall, Trello can be an effective tool for project management, providing a flexible and visual way to manage tasks, track progress, and collaborate with team members.

 

 

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Mayur

Deleted user April 14, 2023

can i get video of all these contents?how to assign and how to track the task ??

Mayur Jadhav
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Çiğdem Büyükaşik
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April 14, 2023

Hello @[deleted],

What kind of workflow are you trying to manage? The more details you give, the better answers you get here. We have a multiple power-ups for Trello that allow you to manage the following workflows and processes on Trello:

- hiring 
- client communication
- approvals
- knowledge base
- employee training (with and employee handbook power-up) and many more. 

Check out our website for all our power-ups that expand Trello's capabilities. 

Here's a blog post on getting started with Trello

Let me know if you have any questions. 

Cigdem

Deleted user April 14, 2023

We are trying for Project management 

Deleted user April 14, 2023

How does trello works for approvals

Çiğdem Büyükaşik
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May 8, 2023

Hi again Meghana,
Sorry I have missed this question. The Approvals Power-Up by Hipporello allows you to manage approvals on your Trello board. The power-up also provides you with a web portal, which you can use if you want a person who's not on your board (like a client, a non-Trello manager, a consultant, etc) to review some cards and approve/decline them. 

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