Trello is a web-based project management application originally made by Fog Creek Software at 2011. In 2014 it became a company.
It operates a Freemium business model, in which the free or paid (premium) version is made available to the user. The basic services were made available free of charge and the premium service was released on 2013
Trello uses the Kanban paradigm for project management, became popular when used by Toyota. Projects are represented by boards, which contain task lists. Tasks are represented by cards that are created within the frames. Cards can be moved from one list to another to represent the progress of the task and users can be subscribed to the cards.
It supports mobile platforms for iPhone, Android and Windows 8, however, its website is designed to be accessible in most mobile web browsers. An iPad application was released on March 12, 2013. Added support for an unlimited number of tags, in the form of colored labels that can be renamed and New created, as of November 21, 2014. Cards may have comments, attachments, votes, expiration dates and checklist.
Trello serves as both personal and work use. It includes real estate management, software project management, school warning boards, class planning and law firm case Management. The rich API, as well as e-mail-in capability, enables integration with enterprise systems, or with cloud-based integration services such as IFTTT and Zapier.
Indeed, Trello is a great tool for organizing the day-to-day games development.
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