There are ongoing demands of additional features for Trello that are served by various 3rd party tools.
In this second part about Trello hacks and workflow ideas, I go into in-board workflows and useful tools that satisfy productivity and utility demands of many Trello users.
A calendar not fixed to a periodic perspective is called a Rolling Calendar. In this article, I am showing you what it takes to build a rolling calendar within Trello and set up automations and workflows that make a rolling calendar an essential productivity tool for everyone.
Did you know that you can now fine-tune how to target your email subscribers by using tags, merge tags and groups in MailChimp? This sophisticated email marketing tools is continuously upgrading its feature set, and here is what you should know about how tags, merge tags and groups can be used in MailChimp.
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.
Ever wondered how you can assign automatic prompts and actions to your cards and lists in Trello? – Trello is a fantastic tool, but it is lacking some automation features. Tracking tasks and running chores wasn’t possible until now. But with Butler for Trello, this is now possible. This article is the first part of a series about automating tedious Trello tasks and creating beautiful solutions for Trello boards for every online entrepreneur.
Writing a book or E-book, or creating any kind of info product can be a tedious process. It’s not hard to loose sight of tasks or subtasks. I am introducing a down-to-earth tool to you that helps you to leverage your planning and organization process when creating any kind of digital product (or larger project). It’s innovative, intuitive and pleasant to work with.
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.
It’s overlooked and underrated: using templates for recurring tasks can be THE decision that turns a business from an unsustainable into a sustainable one. Learn why you should thinking about templates to cover repetitive tasks, and see whether these 6 tools can help you with that.
At first glance, Google Forms may look like a rather rudimentary tool for surveys … but only until you figure out how to benefit from its hidden potential. If manually checking a spreadsheet for possible responses is a too tedious task, setting up an email notification will free up some of your time.
Autoresponder are a standard for online businesses today. They are an excellent tool to gain attention for your business, because they allow to transfer knowledge to new email subscribers and help to build a relationship with them. But there’s also a tricky part about autoresponder.
Whether you want to use the classical or the more unconventional approach to build a microsite, there are a few things you always should keep in mind. This article points out some of the not-to-be-missed guidelines, as well as popular and useful tools for building a microsite.
How to get started with the website is the first thing your thoughts are revolving around. So in this article we first cover the issue which features your website needs, and then what platform will be of best use.
With the function of canned responses Gmail does provide an ability to send automated responses, but it lacks the option to send a sequence of autoresponder emails to contacts. With the use of an integration platform and a little prep work, it can be achieved that specific addressees can receive sequences of promotional or educational autoresponder emails.