Trello was first developed as a project management tool. It is web-based, so that team members can complete tasks, collaborate, and track progress wherever they might physically be. It’s now almost 10 years old and still going, along with improvements and updates pretty regularly.
Think of Trello as a series of bulletin boards on a wall. And each bulletin has a title name and a bunch of post-it notes of tasks related to that title. As tasks get completed, they either move to the next board or are removed if they are fully completed.
It is probably already becoming clear that Trello is a great tool for lots of needs other than project management.
In fact, it becomes almost a perfect tool for freelance writers. Read on.
First and Foremost, Take a Look at Your Work-Life Organization
All those files and folders.