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 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.
A business is nothing without a skilled and motivated workforce. It is vital to recruit the best people and train them properly. Small businesses and startups often struggle to onboard new employees effectively without productivity suffering as a result.
Creating an onboarding standard operating procedure (SOP) will ease your new hires into their roles while lessening the load on your existing staff. Here’s a tried and tested strategy that will help your workforce grow without negatively impacting operations.
Why do you need an SOP?
The first things a new hire needs to know are what their role is, how they will fulfill it, and where they will fit into the organizational chart. Providing that information will always take time. That’s a given.
Yet, the more time you spend onboarding a person, the less time you spend delivering on tasks that will help grow the company. Ideally, you want to minimize the amount of time you spend onboarding employees while providing them […]
Trello is a free visual project and task management tool that is simple on the surface and highly flexible. It’s inspired by the Kanban system and helps divide projects into boards, lists, and cards. Trello is open to interpretation and is versatile enough to take on any project. It provides a platform where you can delegate work, prioritize tasks, track progress, and collaborate with team members.
While Trello is a great productivity and collaboration tool, it lacks some critical capabilities such as advanced reporting and exporting features that teams need to get new insights from their Trello information. There are many tools that help bridge this gap, such as Bridge24 for Trello and others that also help with analytics.
The Top 10
Millions of people rely on Trello to organize work projects and personal tasks. And despite its analytical and reporting limitations, users can easily bring their favorite applications inside […]
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Hunting for a job can turn into a long and exhaustive grind. You have numerous applications to track, resumes to update, applications to send, interviews to juggle, and recruiters to convince. It takes dedication, determination, and patience before you can finally land the job you want. Although it’s common to encounter ups and downs before your job finding efforts get rewarded, it doesn’t mean the process has to be frustrating and stressful. Trello, a popular project management application, can be deployed to streamline the job-hunting process.
At its core, Trello is a cloud-based list-making tool inspired by the kanban scheduling system. It offers users a simple way to visualize, organize, prioritize, and track work items. It’s open to interpretation, and it can be whatever you want it to be. Trello posses minimal barriers to entry, and anyone can use it to manage personal or professional tasks. However, Trello, in itself, isn’t a complete tool. To […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-21T09:22:50-04:00June 21st, 2020|
Trello users no longer have to deal with tedious clicks, and endless card drags when trying to bring order to their boards. Thanks to Trello’s adoption of the Butler automation suite, users can now make board and card actions happen automatically. Butler is now a part of Trello’s core features, and it’s helping teams to ramp up their productivity by allowing them to build a seamless process for any workflow.
Trello is a web-based project management application that is simple on the surface. It’s easy to learn and use, very adaptable, and features powerful capabilities that can be used in an infinite number of ways, whether for business or personal tasks. Trello can also be enhanced by connecting it to other tools. One such tool is Bridge24 for Trello, which offers a global overview of all your projects while allowing you to easily export and view the information you want in a more interactive […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-21T09:19:13-04:00June 21st, 2020|
When we decide that a task needs to be done by a particular time, we assign it a due date. In business, these due dates play an important role in helping us achieve our objectives. They help us beat deadlines and move one step closer to our goals every day, week, and month. They can inspire, motivate, and give us a purpose. However, without reminders, it’s easy to forget a deadline, especially when you have a tight schedule. To manage multiple projects effectively and avoid missing deadlines, many people turn to productivity tools like Trello.
Trello is a popular project management application with an intuitive interface and feature-rich dashboard. It gives users the power to split projects into tasks, and tasks into subtasks. In Trello, you can set up an unlimited number of boards, lists, and cards, and organize them your way. Cards can be personalized with pictures and descriptions, allocated to others, assigned a […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-20T21:03:00-04:00June 20th, 2020|
Business leaders who possess effective delegating skills generate 33% more revenue in their organizations than those who don’t, according to a recent Gallup poll. Delegating tasks is not an easy process for team leaders, especially when you have to handle lots of information, deal with numerous organizational procedures, collaborate on projects with team leaders, and interpret data that needs to be shared with relevant leaders in the organization. Without a structured method to delegate tasks, you will have little time to focus on the work that matters.
One smart tool that allows business leaders to delegate tasks efficiently is Trello. It’s a popular project management application known for its simple interface and flexibility. It has excellent collaboration and communication features, which are essential in task delegation. Trello is versatile, and it can be combined with other tools to improve your productivity. If you want enhanced reporting to improve the delegation of tasks and the way […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-19T13:09:51-04:00June 19th, 2020|
After years of stalling, organizations are finally allowing more employees to work from home. A while back, many companies frowned upon the idea of remote working. Now, assumptions are changing for the better, and companies are beginning to see the benefits of remote working, especially during these unprecedented times caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’re working remotely full time or part-time, there are ways to make sure you remain as productive as you were in the office. Here’s how you can deploy Trello to be a better remote employee.
Trello is a top-rated project management application that is simple and intuitive to use. At a glance, a user can tell what’s being worked on, who’s handling the work, and what’s the progress. Trusted by millions, this platform can be whatever you want it to be. You can use it in a wide array of situations – from managing personal tasks to business projects. It’s […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-18T07:35:45-04:00June 18th, 2020|
As your company grows, so does the number of people asking questions and commenting on your product growth. In the business world, feedback from customers, team members, and stakeholders is invaluable. Although it’s never easy to take criticism after dedicating so much time, effort, and money to a product, it can help you make a product better. The feedback you get enables you to understand what your customers want, what you have been doing wrong, and what needs improvement.
Over the years, companies relied on face-to-face interviews to get vital feedback. But today, technology has gifted us with more flexibility and options when it comes to gathering feedback. You don’t have to depend on pen and paper, tablets, or feedback kiosks to get people’s responses. A simple software tool is all you need. Trello is a versatile project management tool that you can deploy to collect useful feedback. And the good news is, Trello functionalities […]
By Peter Kanai|2020-06-17T19:32:32-04:00June 17th, 2020|
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.