Trello File Download Manager in Bridge24 – New Feature

A heavily requested feature for Trello users of Bridge24, we are excited to provide access to the File Download Manager. This allows the punctual or bulk download for files (attachments) associated to cards (documents, images, other) within a card, a search set of cards, a board, or across multiple boards. It has been optimized to track the transfer status and provides an index and log, in structured zip files. Whether just with a few attachments or a full backup of 10s of GBs of files, this feature is robust and gets the job done!

File Download Manager usage

1) Active Search results

Be sure to create a Search or use the Quick links to access and display your Active search results in the Grid. You can then filter the returned cards as desired to include the cards with attachments that you are interested in downloading. (Option – Use the column Show/Hide […]

By |2021-04-09T15:45:03-04:00April 8, 2021|

How Can Trello Be Improved?

Trello is an online collaboration tool known for its flexibility and awesome collaboration features. At its core, Trello is a system of visual boards, lists, and cards. You can use it to prioritize tasks, assign work, exchange resources, communicate ideas, view your team’s progress, and so much more. You can also tweak your board in different ways to fit the evolving needs of your project.  Its simplicity and versatility is what makes it a powerful tool. Trello supports teams of all sizes and is ideal for marketing teams, freelancers, HR teams, product developers, design teams, individuals, and a wide range of other collaborative tasks.

Although Trello has amazing features, it’s not a complete tool by itself. It has some gaps in its features that can limit how you work on your project. Fortunately, Trello allows you to combine it with other third-party tools to fill these gaps. Although there are multiple Power-Ups, some features are still unavailable or aren’t […]

By |2021-02-20T11:18:15-05:00February 20, 2021|

Butler Commands for Trello

If you want to ramp up your productivity and slash the time you take to accomplish work, you need to get the right tools. Trello is one amazing productivity tool that can transform the way you approach your projects and workflow. It offers great productivity and collaboration features for teams of all sizes. Whether you’re an individual using Trello to plan simple daily tasks or a large team working on a complex project, you can take your productivity to another level by enabling the Butler tool inside Trello.

Butler is a super powerful tool that lets you automate your Trello board. It was founded by Oscar Triscon after he realized that there wasn’t a solution for automating Trello’s manual processes. The tool suddenly opened up an entirely new way of using Trello, and in 2018, Trello acquired it and made it one of the core features of their platform. Remember, there are also other tools that you can combine […]

By |2021-02-20T11:17:40-05:00February 20, 2021|

The STOP Method and How to Apply it to Trello

The Sequential Thematic Organization of Publications (STOP) method is a technique used to organize and write reports, proposals, and technical content. It brings greater outlining control to the document and improves its editorial standards. The concept allows writers to develop readable technical documents that users can easily digest. Below we will take a deeper look at the STOP concept, and how you can apply it to Trello. Remember that you can unlock Trello’s full potential by combining it with Power-Ups. For instance, you can integrate your account with Bridge24 for Trello to bring advanced reporting and exporting features to your board.

A Brief History of STOP

The STOP methodology was pioneered by the Hughes Aircraft Company (now Raytheon) in the 1960s. The technique was developed after the company faced challenges in creating proposals. The company needed to draft a huge number of proposals, yet they didn’t have enough authors to handle all these proposals. […]

By |2021-02-20T11:17:15-05:00February 20, 2021|

How Do You Use Trello for Agile Development?

There’s a reason why businesses and teams are choosing Agile methodology – it brings changes and flexibility in the business quickly. Teams can manage a project quickly by segmenting it into smaller, manageable chunks of work that are prioritized and iterated on. In every stage of the project, there’s constant collaboration with stakeholders and continuous planning and improvement. Although initially used by software development teams, professionals in other sectors have now embraced agile development and are actively using it to boost their productivity. And thanks to tools like Trello, teams can now apply the Agile methodology to effectively handle projects and tasks.

Trello is a web-based application inspired by the Kanban system, and it smoothly accommodates Agile principles. It’s easy to use and offers a visual approach to project management. Teams can use Trello’s board, lists, and cards to create visual representations of their tasks. The tasks are moved through predetermined stages to track progress and spot bottlenecks. At […]

By |2021-02-20T11:16:56-05:00February 20, 2021|

How Can You Export Data from Trello?

Companies are increasingly changing the way they manage their projects. The shift has been fast – more businesses are moving from spreadsheets and paperwork to organizing their work using more productive tools that encourage collaboration. After recognizing the benefits that project management software brings, organizations are now using such tools every day. In fact, studies show that 77% of high performing projects rely on project management to ensure productivity, efficiency, and easier team collaboration. 

When scouting for the ideal PM software, businesses look for three main qualities – reliability, ease of use, and ease of integration. One tool that possesses these qualities is Trello. It’s stable, has a simple interface, has no learning curve, and is flexible enough to take on any project. Millions of Trello users rely on it to organize projects, collaborate, track work progress, get work updates, share resources, and much more. Although an excellent tool, Trello isn’t a complete solution. It lacks some features that […]

By |2021-02-20T11:16:17-05:00February 20, 2021|

How to Do a Brainstorm in Trello

Brainstorming is a group creativity technique used to generate ideas to solve problems. In a brainstorming session, members of the group can express their thoughts and ideas, no matter how crazy they may sound, without fear of being judged. Some of these concepts and proposals are refined into solutions, while others lead to the hatching of brilliant ideas. Teams in different business sectors and departments use these sessions to stimulate creative thinking and spark innovation. However, team members are not always able to gather around and hold physical brainstorming meetings. 

When team members work remotely or are distributed across multiple states and even countries, businesses need to look for tools that can help them have an impactful brainstorming session. One of the tools commonly used when teams have a physical meeting to conceive ideas is a whiteboard with sticky notes. However, remote and on-site teams can take advantage of Trello too, a digital whiteboard that makes organizing ideas a […]

By |2021-02-20T11:15:41-05:00February 20, 2021|

How is Trello Different from Basecamp?

Project management tools have become widely popular among individuals and teams of all sizes when it comes to effectively organizing work and managing projects and tasks. Trello and Basecamp are some of the most popular project management tools today. From managing simple day-to-day tasks to completing complex collaborative projects, these tools make it easy to handle any type of project. But for most people, deciding what tool to use comes down to comparing the options available, including the features provided and integrations they support. 

Both Trello and Basecamp provide powerful productivity and collaboration features and easily integrate with other tools that enhance their capabilities, such as Bridge24, which allows users to view, organize, update & export project information on both tools through a powerful interface. 

Understanding Trello

Trello is easy to use, highly visual, and infinitely […]

By |2021-02-20T10:55:40-05:00February 20, 2021|

Gantt Chart View for Trello in Bridge24 – New Feature

A heavily requested feature for Trello users of Bridge24, we are excited to provide access to the first iteration of the Gantt Chart view. This view is very flexible in that it can use any date field as a punctual date or as a start and end dates. This allows you, therefore, to view a timeline of any activity in a continuous calendar across all Boards, and dynamically filter as required.

Gantt Chart View usage

The traditional use of a Gantt chart is in planning, where the user adds and moves tasks in time to view project progression. It is based on a start date and an end date. Trello, until recently, did not have a Card Start date. Development of the Bridge24 Gantt view preceded their release of this new date field, so we decided to allow any date field, including those from Custom fields to be used for either the […]

By |2021-02-01T13:15:40-05:00February 1, 2021|

How to Automatically Create Trello Cards From Your WordPress Forms

Trello is already well known in many circles as a great productive tool used by professionals all over the world. The Trello platform allows you to keep track of tasks by using small cards. In fact, these cards are at the very heart of Trello’s key value proposition. Now WordPress site owners for the sake of keeping track of the user-submitted forms can use Trello Cards right within their website.

With some simple steps, you can just integrate your Trello account with your WordPress website and start making the cards with all data filled up by your users using WordPress forms inside the website. Instead of copying the data manually from every user-filled form, you can just save them as useful Trello Cards for easier access to information.

Here we are going to show the detailed steps about doing this. But before that let us spare some words on the value proposition of […]

By |2020-11-26T09:42:37-05:00November 26, 2020|
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