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Would you recommend Trello for a College Student?

I'm seeking a good to-do and task program to help my kids stay organized in college. Would you recommend Trello Premium (need calendar view)?

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Hello @MARK BRINKMAN, I must comply with @Hannah Morgan, I used Trello for different workgroups during my time in college, and it's quite a versatile tool.

I would suggest first starting with the free edition of Trello, and if it works well, then upgrading it to Premium.

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Hi @MARK BRINKMAN ! Welcome to the community :) Yes, I'd definitely recommend Trello for university students! There's a tonne of content online from students who use Trello to manage projects/deadlines (e.g. this). If you're wanting a calendar view, you can use the Calendar Power Up on the free plan.

Another tool I see mentioned a lot for uni students is Notion. It's a great tool for both task/project management, but also great as a database for any sort of documentation, and also great for note-taking. You can find heaps of content online, like this post here.

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