In the Trello Spells eBook, I cover almost all of the features that Trello offers. But most prominently I target the issue, how Trello can be used within the context of productivity and business automation for small business owners and online entrepreneurs.
If you would have to name a few goals of a project management tool, would these be included?
☞ Simple structure
☞ Clear, top-level overview of projects
☞ Easy-to-grasp user-interface
☞ Mobile interface
☞ Easy-to-use for less tech-savvy team members
If so, Trello is definitely a candidate for you. And the Trello Spells eBook is a good place to start.
In whatever stage you are of your endeavor – brainstorming, starting or accelerating – having a foundation where growth can happen is vital. Trello is a tool that is visual in nature and doesn’t require much understanding of codes and infrastructure. It could be easily a tool for less tech-savvy people who experience barriers to embrace a modern web tool for their projects.
If you require assistance with certain tech tasks or wonder how you can connect your web applications with Trello so that they speak with each other and automate some business tasks, feel free to talk to me. If you have a certain project in mind and don’t want to do it yourself, you can book a couple of Tech Hours along with a free Tech Clarity Call. Or, should you need some clarity first about how to best move forward, you a Clarity Session might be your best move.