Bridge24 provides a powerful reporting capability for Asana, Basecamp, Trello, and AceProject. We now have added the ability to use share your Searches for other users in your Bridge24 account to access and use.
Each Bridge24 account comes with 5 users for you and your colleagues to use to create great reports and other representations of your data. Many users create a lot of Searches, and when they add another user, there has been keen interest in the ability to share those searches with the other users. As of today, this is now possible!
Setting up Search parameters can take time, and some users create a lot of Searches. When a new user joins their Bridge24 account it may take a lot of energy to recreate those searches for the new user to create/access the same search parameters. The same Searches are usually used by multiple users so that they can display/create similar reports, charts, or exports.
Bridge24 provides a powerful reporting capability for Asana, Basecamp, Trello, and AceProject. We now have added the ability to use advanced multi-field, multi-criteria filtering. Set date ranges and relative selects on all date fields, include/exclude values on text fields, and more!
Accessing advanced filters
The terminology and process have been modified slightly for filtering. The first step is to create your “Search” (or query) to retrieve the active dataset that you will want to filter. The Search is done on the left panel usually through a Custom search to retrieve multiple projects (including completed information) and displayed in the grid.
A new Filter drop-down is available in the header area and can be used in all views (Grid, Calendar, Charts). Use the “+” to add and name a new filter and set parameters. Filtering is available on all columns including custom field dates and values for Asana and Trello users.
A report provides a structured and formated way to view your cards, tasks or to-dos. You can Group your report to easily segment the information into categories down to 2 levels. We have now released the possibility to tally up the information in your fields to each grouped level as well as other operations! Those needing reports using Custom fields in Trello or Asana across boards and projects should be happy with this latest enhancement.
Subtotals for reports
When a field is populated by numeric values, you can now add the ability to view summary information at the bottom, including the sum. This can be used, for example, in a field displaying expenses. The expenses can be summed for each group level, and as well, have a final total. In the example below, the report is grouped by Assignee, and 2 Custom fields from Asana called Budget and Time are added, with sums for each group, and a Total at the bottom.
Many of you are required to start making year-end reports based on data that resides within Asana and Trello. Bridge24 should be part of your solution to create useful data products such as structured reports, and visual charts. Especially now, given that both support the use of custom fields!
Use Custom Fields to Create Dynamic Charts
Custom fields are a widely used feature within Asana and Trello since they allow you to add fields for your specific workflow. There are so many ways to use them, such as: adding a field to categorize your product, a status field for a special sign-off procedure, a version field for a release, a yes/no for any required action, etc. After all this data has been entered, how can you easily draw useful information to create summaries, or to see trends?
Bridge24 released the ability to use custom fields for grouping in Reports several months ago. Since last week, custom fields can now be used to generate dynamic […]
Trello is an amazing visual tool for organizing your work and life. It’s easy to use, with few barriers to entry, allowing teams and businesses to incorporate it and get off to a great start. Trello helps users to split projects into subprojects and manage them into smaller tasks. With its boards, lists, and cards, you can plan, track, and organize your work. Although the building blocks are simple, Trello is dynamic and offers lots of capabilities.
Although a powerful tool by itself, Trello has some limitations. Fortunately, there are numerous Power-Ups you can bring to your board to get analytical insights, enhance teamwork, automate tasks, support your marketing campaigns, and so much more. Below, we will focus on the best Trello Power-Ups for Developer tools and how you can use a tool like Bridge24 for Trello to get new perspectives into your development projects on Trello.
1. Agile Tools by Corrello
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Wondering if there is a way to meet all of your deadlines without burning the midnight oil? While you can’t add more hours to your day, you can try a work management app. Trello can help you conquer that to-do list and still have some time for yourself.
Trello is based on the Kanban system. It works by moving cards between columns to keep track of your work progress during a set period of time. There are templates you can use or customize to fit the requirements of your project. There are many ways Trello can help you improve your time management, so let’s explore:
Pick the Right Template for You
1. Personal Productivity System
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Trello is an amazing project management tool used by millions of people. It’s easy to use and comes with an array of powerful features. It works like a digital whiteboard where you divide your projects into lists and cards. The cards are moved from one list to the other to indicate a change in project status. Cards can be assigned to team members, allowing them to comment, attache documents, set due dates, label cards to allow tracking, and much more.
Trello can also be integrated with Power-Ups to take your productivity a notch higher. These power-ups allow users to bring their favorite applications inside Trello and use the additional features without leaving their board. A Power-up like Bridge24 for Trello can be seamlessly integrated into your board to provide you with advanced reporting and exporting features. Below are the top ten Trello power-ups for board utilities. These board utilities add useful features that you can deploy to get you more control over your projects.
By Peter Kanai|2020-09-11T09:18:28-04:00September 11th, 2020|
93% of online experiences begin with a search engine. If your business has an online presence, you should work towards improving your ranking in search engine results. When you are in the top listing of search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing, you’re likely to get more leads, improved customer engagement, a boost in business trust ratings, and create established long-term relationships. To improve your ranking, you should readjust your SEO strategy. One area you need to focus on is your keyword game. Trello is an excellent tool that can assist you in this.
Trusted by millions, Trello is a flexible and easy to use project management platform. It offers you a simple way to organize your projects by simply creating a board and filling it with lists and cards. Trello is versatile, open to interpretation, and can be adapted to take on any project, including keyword research, which we will focus on in this article. It can also […]
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Although it’s easy to use Trello, performing some tasks with it can easily bog you down. When working on some projects, you may get caught up between tiresome clicks and endless card drags. These repetitive processes are not only boring and frustrating, but they can also distract you from focusing on what […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-08-25T19:01:24-04:00August 25th, 2020|
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After adopting Trello, whether, for work or organizing personal tasks, it’s easy to get into a routine of always using the same features over and over again. Yet, Trello is infinitely customizable, and there are many powerful features you may be overlooking. One such feature is the privacy settings. These controls can be fine-tuned to instantly improve and secure your Trello board and match your unique workflow. […]
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Trello is the go-to platform for organizations and businesses that need to manage projects in a structured way while keeping everyone on the same page. Although Trello has excellent collaboration features, there is still room for improvement. Fortunately, Trello allows you to combine it with different Power-Ups to improve its capabilities. These additional tools give you more advanced capabilities, which the basic Trello app doesn’t have. For instance, Bridge24 for Trello is an add-on tool that […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-08-12T10:54:45-04:00August 12th, 2020|
Trello tends to be one of the most popular project management tools. A bunch of software development teams choose Trello due to its user-friendly interface. Trello platform is available on the web along with iOS and Android apps.
However, there are more reasons to pick Trello for project management. In this article, we’ll discuss the top five reasons why developers prefer this management tool.
Reason #1. Well-Organized Interface
Trello allows creating a bunch of boards and cards. As a result, it’s easy to follow the tasks and manage the progress.
For example, it’s possible to create a board for each software development project and various columns like development, testing, done, and more. As a result, every team member can see the progress of a particular development task.
It’s also possible to assign a specialist for each task.