Trello Announces New Power-Ups for JIRA, Bitbucket, Confluence Cloud

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | March 27, 2017

trello-logoTrello allows teams to collaborate visually on any project. It is a popular project management and collaboration software that presents projects, workflows and tasks through a system of boards, lists and cards. Users across industries around the world take advantage of its power and flexibility. Moreover, it has Power-Ups or integrations with other apps that add more functionality, context and connection to a user’s board. A few days ago, it announced new Power-Ups that will allow all kinds of teams to collaborate across their organization. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

New Trello Power-Ups

Trello became part of the Atlassian group early this year. Without a surprise, Power-ups for JIRA Cloud, Bitbucket Cloud and Confluence Cloud are now available. An improved HipChat integration was also announced. These are welcome news to both business and technical teams who can now collaborate easier and get a better perspective of the whole work they are bringing together. They can now

Trello Card Repeater Power-Up Tutorial

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | March 9, 2017

trello-logoTrello project management software is a collaboration tool that allows people to get together and do amazing work. It is very visual and flexible, with the ability to integrate with many other applications and add-ons. Power-Ups are adaptable features and integrations that enhance the core basic features of the PM software to meet unique business needs. For example, the Card Repeater Power-Up automatically creates copies of a card at set intervals. This is especially useful for repeating tasks that users need to remember and regularly accomplish. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

Enabling the Card Repeater Power-Up

The first step in using the Trello Card Repeater is to enable this particular Power-Up. Of course, you need to sign in to your account first. If you do not have an account, you can sign up for a free account. After successfully signing in, go to Menu at the right side of the screen and click on

Top 3 Software Alternatives to Trello

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | March 1, 2017

trello-logoTrello is a free and flexible task and project management system presented through a system of boards, lists and cards. It is a highly visual and interactive tool that enables users to get instant overview and progress information at a glance. It is simple to use, where users can group, reorder and move tasks as cards across lists that can represent a work stage or phase. The tool works for a variety of teams and projects that can appear as a board. It is ready for collaboration and integration with many applications to enhance its functionality.

Why people are not happy with Trello

Trello is a very popular online software. Thus, companies are ready to pay for its premium plan or business class package to avail of features that are needed in their business. However, some users are realizing that although the free tool is fun to use, meeting business requirements is no laughing matter. Missing features are: subtasks, task dependencies, multi-board reporting, export to Excel, workload reports,

Unito Power-Up Syncs Trello with JIRA, GitHub, Asana and Wrike

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | March 1, 2017

trello-logoTrello project management application brings collaboration to new levels with the announcement of the Unito Power-Up. Users know that a Power-Up is a feature or integration that helps teams meet their unique business needs. Through Unito, teams can collaborate automatically even when using different tools. It solves the problem of different functional teams preferring to use one type of application over another. The Unito Power-Up can sync JIRA, GitHub, Asana and Wrike to Trello boards so that everyone can continue to keep track of moving work items. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

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What Happens Between Trello and another App during Sync?

This Power-up provides all teams with a shared perspective even when using different applications. When syncing starts between Trello and another app, changes made from one app is reflected on the other app. This works both ways on either app. For example, when users

Asana and Trello Custom Fields Supported Through Bridge24

By Bridge24 Team | February 21, 2017

Custom fieldsWe are pleased to announce the support of custom fields for both Asana and Trello within Bridge24. Asana and Trello released their custom field features a few months ago and support for them instantly became the most requested feature from our users. We decided to implement this feature as fast as we could since we found that supporting custom fields would add amazing possibilities for reporting and exporting.

What are custom fields?

Custom fields provide a way for users to tailor their experience by adding more project fields that can qualify tasks or cards. This opens up many possibilities for workflows. For example, you can now create and use a field containing an accounting ID code, or a drop-down list of values to choose from. This flexibility opens Asana and Trello up to being much more than simple task management solutions.

Asana

  • Available custom field types:  number, text, drop-down list
  • Allows an infinite number of custom fields and is available in paid subscription accounts

Trello

  • Available custom

Trello Launches Add-In for Outlook

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | February 17, 2017

trello-logoTrello is helping people organize and complete their work in a more visible and efficient way. Its system of boards, lists and cards is turning users into more productive professionals and team members. Recently, it has announced the availability of the new Add-In for Outlook. In collaboration with the Microsoft team, Outlook users can now easily create cards directly from their emails, complete with descriptions and due dates. Thus, people can continue to organize work with their PM app without leaving their inbox. For a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

Turn Emails into Trello Items

Trello Add-In for Outlook is creating a great impact to millions of users, allowing them and their teams to stay on top of everything. With this integration, users do not have to open another application. As such, time is saved and efficiency is increased. In one smooth operation, users are able to turn email messages into actionable items. For instance, from a user’s

Trello Announces Offline Mode for Mobile

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | February 16, 2017

trello-logoTrello is a multi-platform project management and collaboration application that is helping a great number people complete their work. Users of the app are able to stay current on what is happening with the rest of the team. Today’s modern and mobile work environment poses a challenge for keeping everyone on the same page. In fact, work sometimes take people off the grid, where they can be at places not connected to any network service. Fortunately, users can now continue to work on their boards, lists and cards even when offline. If you are looking for a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

What You Can Do Offline

Trello has recently launched its latest iOS and Android apps that support offline mode. This means that users can continue to work and manage their projects without a wireless network connection. There are many instances that people need to open their app to check their board or to create a card

Top 5 Trello Add-ons

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | January 25, 2017

trello to 5 addonsTrello task management and project collaboration tool is a popular free software for different kinds of situations for a wide range of users. It can be used by individuals and families for simple to-dos and home projects. However, it was created primarily as a business application. Initially, it was developed as a solution to high-level planning issues in a company. Thus, its very visual interface of boards, columns and cards provide its users important information at a glance. Overtime, features were added that enabled users to easily organize work, customize workflows, create tasks and track their progress. However, many companies still require more functionality than the tool currently has to enable teams deliver successful projects.

The Top 5

Trello is an easy-to-use project collaboration tool that can be used by all kinds of users. To compensate for its basic project management functionality, it offers Power-Up add-ons to extend its capabilities. It also published a free, public developer API that allows other software developers and providers a

Atlassian acquires Trello for $425M

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | January 10, 2017

atlassian-trello-image-1Trello visual project management application is being acquired by Atlassian software company for $425M. The acquisition will be finalized before March 2017. The transaction involves $360 million in cash, and the remainder will be in terms of stock shares and options. Jay Simons, the president of Atlassian reports that Trello is the 18th acquisition by the company and is also the largest. Currently, Trello has about 19 million users. If you are looking for a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

Atlassian – Building Software for Teams

When Atlassian started in 2002 in Sydney, Australia, it was aiming to use software to help teams work better together. At that time, most software companies were developing for personal productivity. Even today, they still believe that only a few companies are building software for teams. It has been their mission since day one to help unleash the potential in every team through their software. Their portfolio of products can help teams

Mark a Card as Done in Trello for a Completed Task

By Jose Maria Delos Santos | December 9, 2016

trello-logoTrello is a versatile tool for managing tasks and tracking projects. The visual layout and system of boards, lists and cards make it simple to use but powerful at the same time. Individuals can use it for personal organization, but large teams can also use it to help them develop products. It is a central workspace where people can collaborate. In effect, everyone knows which task is being worked on and by who. Furthermore, users can add due dates to cards to help those assigned to complete them on time. Looking for a brilliant extension to Trello, we suggest trying out our own tool Bridge24 for Trello.

Card Due Dates

A Trello board can represent a project or product. Lists inside the board can represent a way to divide the project or work into different categories. Cards are the most basic element and usually represent a work item or task. To keep a project on time, a card can have a date and time for when it is