An editorial calendar is one of the most useful tools for managing a blogger’s content. And I am showing you 3 different ways to embed workflows into your Trello boards so that you can manage your creative blogging process with less stress, in less time and a reliability that is unmatched so far!
Dashcards in Trello boards can be used to add visually-pleasing counters that show what’s going on in your board and lists at a glance. In this article, I am introducing how to set up a dashcard with Butler for Trello. And I am also showcasing some design alternatives and use cases.
The biggest problem that many of us had with Trello, was its lack of cross-board / cross-project planning and scheduling functionality. Tracking a single project across several boards seemed like an impossible undertaking. But with managing multiple projects, Trello left us high and dry. Luckily, these times are over.
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We all need to be aware that there are business risks we need to be responsive to. Restoring a website isn’t particularly a daily task, but in case a website breaks, it is invaluable when you know how to get it back running in easy steps.
Trello’s Power-Up feature isn’t well known, yet. But it does have some potential to ease your workload if you know how to use it right. In this post I am having a closer look at some of the Power-Ups, and I show you a few ways how they could work for the projects you store or maintain in Trello.
A Trello Power-Up is like an add-on inside Trello, that connects to another web application and helps you to save time by enhancing your workflow. In this article I am introducing the internal and 3rd-party Power-Ups that Trello offers to all its users now.
For every business, there comes a time when it has to make a jump. Either are things going too slow, or there’s too much manual work for the business owner and not enough time. Or, even more stressful, success comes unexpected and forces an entrepreneur to quickly adapt its systems. Time to scale up and use a business management tool. Here’s a comparison of 3 popular options.
Dealing with tech fear is possible, even if someone is uncomfortable or even scared of anything involving computers. In this article I am looking at 3 strategies that can help you release a lot of the tension technology brings up for you, and support you in pursuing your goals with the use of technology.
There’s a debate going on since some time now. And this debate is basically about whether the big majority takes website and online security too lightly, or not. – Convenience is a nice thing. But only until someone manages to break into your website, accounts or computer.