Trello is a project/task management tool. It provides a virtual scrum board which can be used to track the progress of a project. It is very rich in functionalities.
You can create your team, assign tasks using cards, and add deadlines, checklists, labels, and much more to those cards. The visual representation of the board gives the project manager a complete idea about the progress of the project.
Trello boards can be accessed using Android and iOS apps. It can also be accessed from a web browser.
The application is rated by 64k+ users on Google Play store with an average rating of 4.5. Trello has more than 5 million installs on Google Play Store.
One of the important advantages of this application is that all of your data is stored in the cloud and it is accessible from any device. You can use their Android app or iOS app to track changes on the go.
If you don’t like small devices and you prefer to see a big screen, you can login using a web browser and see the entire table on the laptop screen or a projector. You can see changes happening in real-time so you don’t have to refresh the screen to see the changes.
You can integrate Trello with other applications also. For example, you can integrate RealtimeBoard to your Trello board, this is a powerup feature (paid feature), it allows you to collaborate with your team, conduct brainstorming sessions, etc.
You can also subscribe to a particular card so that you won’t miss any change related to that card. So Trello proves to be prepared for solving most of your problems related to project management.
You can create multiple boards and unlimited lists on each board. A board can have any number of team members working on it. So, if you own a large organization which multiple independent units, have a separate board for each of those units and adding only relevant people to those boards will solve your problem.