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Trello macht Projektmanagement im Kanban-Stil für kleine und mittelgroße Teams preiswert und intuitiv. Die Plattform ist aber weniger vielseitig als andere Programme und nicht für die Teamkommunikation geeignet.
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Trello Review: Can It Help Organize Your Projects?

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Martin Gschwentner
Last update
28. Jan 2021
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Trello is all about helping teams to simplify their work. And with more than 50 million users worldwide, the golden oldie must be doing something right. But is it still a good project management choice in 2024?

We comprehensively evaluated and tested Trello and will let you know how the platform fares.

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What Is Trello?

Trello* is a cloud-based project management tool developed in 2011 by Fog Creek Software and unveiled at the "TechCrunch Disrupt" conference. These days, Trello is owned by the Australian software developer Atlassian.

Highly versatile, Trello's marketers claim that it "brings all your tasks, teammates, and tools together". Whether you're a casual user, a freelancer, or a large business, the tool will help arrange your meetings, deadlines, and projects.

Trello is web-based and can be used in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. It also has desktop clients for Windows and macOS and Android and iOS apps. We used Trello in Chrome and Windows.

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  • Intuitive, even for beginners

    Trello is one of the most user-friendly project management tools on the market: Its sleek, drag-and-drop-based interface is clear, especially for those lacking technical know-how.

  • Powerful automations

    Use its comprehensive automations to adjust workflows to your needs or gain access to features that don't come with Trello out of the box.

  • Affordable subscriptions and a free version

    Trello is relatively affordable in comparison to other project management tools. Its generous free version includes unlimited cards and up to 10 boards.

  • Plenty of integrations

    There's no shortage of extensions and Power-Ups. Use these to enhance Trello's functionality.

  • No real-time communication

    Trello is less suitable as a collaboration platform: You can jointly work on projects, however, the software lacks certain digital collaboration features, like chats or whiteboards.

  • Limited functionality

    The platform is also missing a few features that are included by default in other project management tools like time tracking and reporting.

  • Only flexible for Kanban users

    Trello is ideal if you'd like a visual, Kanban-style overview of your projects. On the other hand, if you'd like to indicate dependencies between your tasks and projects, the platform is less well-suited.

1.

Configuration & Usage

To get started, you'll need a Trello account. You don't have to pay for this as in addition to its paid subscriptions, Trello also offers a free version (more on Trello's subscription prices further down).

You can try a premium subscription for up to two weeks without providing payment details, however, if you do, the trial extends to 30 days. To start any trial, pick the subscription you'd like to try and click on "Create your first Workspace".

Try Trello's paid version for up to 14 days at no cost.

After you create your account, a brief tutorial walks you through Trello's basic features. Then, you can start managing your Workspace.

Trello's Workspace: Your Project Management Hub

Like every project management tool, Trello consists of multiple elements and screens that you'll use to organize your projects. The highest hierarchy level is the Workspace: This is a closed area where you and your team's projects are displayed.

Workspaces are the highest hierarchy level in Trello.

Workspaces, in turn, consist of three elements:

  • Boards: These are based on the Kanban method and Trello's main organizational element. A Kanban board typically represents a project or subproject, which, in turn, is broken down into tasks that can be planned in detail. Every board is comprised of lists and cards.

  • Lists: Use these to arrange your project or process according to the phase it is in (i.e. "To Do", "In Progress", or "Finished"). You can create an unlimited number of lists for each board.

  • Cards: Lists are comprised of cards that represent specific tasks or steps. Cards are the smallest organizational element within a Trello board and can be customized in detail.

Use Case Example: Content Creation

Project management tools like Trello can be used for many different purposes, which vary from project to project. This makes it difficult to compare them, especially since these tools are targeted at different audiences.

To be as fair as possible in comparing solutions, we tested the features of each as a content creation platform, as EXPERTE.com would use them. Of course, we also highlight important features for other types of users.

You can create new lists and cards on a board in seconds. For cards, all you have to do is name them, after which you can edit other details, like members, attachments, or locations, with a single click. More on this in our next subchapter.

You'll move cards from one list to another by dragging and dropping them. Once a task is complete, slide it to the next phase.

A Trello board for content creation.

Trello's Views: Table, Calendar, & Co.

Visualize your Trello board, and look at your project from different perspectives, using one of the six available views. These are:

  • Board: This default view is based on the Kanban principle. Progress is noted according to the stage a project or task is in. This is ideal for project planning, content, sales, or other pipelines, as well as an information source for your team.

  • Table: The Table view provides a detailed overview of tasks in your board's lists. All cards are displayed along with the most important information in chronological order.

    This view is ideal if you're gradually working on a list, want to check the current status of a project or see how much work has been assigned to a particular team member.

Trello's Table view.

  • Calendar: With this view, you'll track the chronological dimensions of your project. Quickly see deadlines and other important events, allowing you to know when what is due.

    This view is especially useful for planning tasks, monitoring deadlines, and checking project progress.

Use the Calendar view to keep an eye on important dates and deadlines.

  • Timeline: This view also shows the chronological aspects of projects, however, the focus is more on resource and team planning. You'll be provided with a birds-eye view of your projects and team workload in a Gantt chart.

    Use this view to plan sprints, keep a team's workload in mind, and ensure adherence to corporate goals and OKRs.

  • Dashboard: The Dashboard view includes charts for various metrics (such as cards per list, due dates, or members). These visualize key information about your projects and allow you to monitor progress and identify challenges.

Create different charts using Trello's Dashboard view.

  • Map: Are your teams spread to the four corners of the world? If so, you can factor in the geographic dimensions of your project using Trello's Map view. This helps to plan meetings and allocate resources.

The Map view helps organize meetings and geographically arrange projects.

There are two more "Workspace Views", however, these are optimized versions of the standard Table and Calendar options. Each offers an overview that extends beyond a single board and shows your account's cards.

Comparing Views

Several of Trello's competitors provide more views. We would have liked to see a mind map, milestone, or gallery view. With that said, the most important options are included.

Below, we've prepared a table comparing Trello's views to those found in the other services from our sample:

TrelloClickUpTeamworkmondayAsanaAirtableSmartsheetNotionWrikeBasecampMeisterTask
Liste
Table
Kanban
Galerie
Kalender
Zeitleiste
Gantt
Mindmap
Meilensteine
Workload
Karte
Summe
5
10
8
8
8
8
7
7
6
3
2
Die erweiterten Ansichten werden erst ab dem Premium-Tarif unterstützt.

Trello for Smartphones

There is a Trello mobile app: Android and iOS users can benefit from the simplified Kanban display and easy creation of cards and boards on the go. Cards can be edited as usual and moved between lists.

Not all of Trello's features made it into the mobile app. For more complex undertakings, you'll need a desktop anyway. Like most project management mobile apps, it's good for checking in and small adjustments, but that's about it.

Trello's mobile app.

More Intuitive Than Its Competitors

Trello's biggest strength is its user-friendliness. Even though Workspaces can be customized and adjusted to meet all sorts of requirements, the basics are easy to grasp and shouldn't take long to internalize, even for newcomers.

Its Kanban-based board view is intuitive, new lists are easily created, and management and navigation are straightforward.

There aren't any significant onboarding challenges with Trello, however, more views wouldn't hurt its ease of use, especially since most are available only with a premium subscription anyway.

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2.

Tasks & Planning

Once you understand Trello's basics, you can customize your Workspace and use it to plan your projects and tasks.

Task Planning in Kanban Style

Since Trello is based on Kanban, you'll get the most out of it if you structure your projects using the Japanese project management method. This makes Trello ideal for projects and tasks with different phases.

Before you create specific tasks, set up the different project phases that tasks move through as they are completed.

Create and Edit Tasks

To create a new task (Card) click on the "Add Card" button within one of your lists. For now, all you have to do is name the card.

If you click on the card again, a detailed view will open in which you can edit the task further. Here, you can add members, labels, a checklist, dates, attachments, or a description to your card, and many other attributes.

Use Trello's detailed card view to add different characteristics, integrations, and automations to it.

All elements are listed under the "Add to card" heading. Below this, you'll see "Power-Ups", which you can add to your task. These are integrations for external apps, like Slack or Gmail.

Underneath Power-Ups, there's an option to add automations (more on this in the "Additional Features" section below).

Custom Fields in Trello

Apart from the listed attributes you can add custom fields to your tasks. These include checkboxes, dates, dropdown menus, and numbers. Click "Custom Fields" and add one of the suggested options or a new field.

Personalize your cards further with custom fields.

Comparing Trello's Customization Options

Trello covers the most important fields and allows users to customize their tasks (cards) with attributes and integrations.

Overall though, Trello comes with less out of the box than most of its competitors. For example, you won't find percentages, currencies, or formulas among the custom field options.

Here, we've provided a comparison of Trello's field features:

TrelloAirtablemondayNotionClickUpWrikeSmartsheetAsanaTeamworkMeisterTaskBasecamp
Text
Nummer
Einzelauswahl
Galerie
Checkbox
Datum
Person
$
Prozent
Dauer
Fortschritt
Bewertung
Dateien
Datum
Beziehungen
Rollup
Summe
5
16
14
13
12
10
9
8
6
3
0
Trello deckt nur die wichtigsten Feldtypen ab, andere Programme sind hier deutlich vielseitiger.

No Dependencies or Subtasks

Unfortunately, Trello doesn't include all the card options that we like to see. For example, it isn't possible to establish dependencies between tasks (such as preventing a certain task from being started before another is completed).

Classic subtasks, which represent smaller steps of cards, also can't be created. The only option is to set up a checklist within a card. Milestones also need to be configured manually.

Still, you can use these features thanks to automations and Power-Ups, however, doing so is far more complex than with other software that offers native solutions.

TrelloClickUpAsanaWrikeTeamworkSmartsheetmondayNotionMeisterTaskAirtableBasecamp
Benutzerdefinierte Felder
Unteraufgaben
Aufgabenabhängigkeiten
Meilensteine
Ziele
Summe
2
5
5
4
4
4
4
3
2
1
0
Trello ist weniger dafür geeignet, Aufgabenabhängigkeiten zu visualisieren.

Kanban, Kanban, Kanban

There's no denying it: Trello is a tool built around the Kanban method. If you'd like to visualize the "big picture" for projects and keep an eye on things, you'll have a very intuitive platform at your fingertips.

For everyone else, especially those who would like to tinker with the details and dependencies of their tasks and subtasks, Trello is less suitable.

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3.

Collaboration & Communication

Trello is for both individuals and teams. For the latter, you can invite team members to your entire Workspace or specific boards.

Invite Members to Your Workspace

To invite someone to your Workspace, click on the plus symbol next to "Members" in the menu, or open the Members area and click on the blue "Invite Workspace members" button.

You can invite people by email address, Trello username, or a share link.

Invite colleagues and clients to your Workspace so that they'll be able to access your boards.

Workspace members are assigned one of two roles: Admin or regular user. The latter can create and edit boards within a Workspace, however, they cannot adjust Workspace settings.

Invite Members to Specific Boards

Alternatively, you can grant users access to certain boards. To do this, click on the "Share" button in the upper right of the board you're in and invite the person you'd like to share the board with.

There are three types of members for this:

  • Admin: Every board needs at least one admin. You can designate any board member as an admin. When you add a Workspace admin to a board, they'll automatically receive admin rights.

  • Member: These are board guests, who get access to it, but not the entire Workspace. They can only see and work on the board you invited them to.

  • Observer: Another kind of guest, observers can view the board and its cards, but not work on or change them.

You can invite members to specific boards.

Paid vs. Unpaid Guests

You'll need to pay a monthly Trello subscription fee for every additional user you invite to your Workspace. The same goes for board members with access to multiple boards.

You don't need to pay for members or observers who are only added to one board. This helps to share work with clients, for example.

Collaboration Features: No Real-Time Co-Working

You can jointly work on projects with your team in Trello, however, this isn't its specialty. It's possible to share Workspaces and boards with teammates and communicate with them within a task (type @ followed by their name to tag them).

Real-time collaboration through private messages, chat, joint document editing, or whiteboards isn't possible. There are external solutions, however, other programs (like Basecamp, Teamwork, or ClickUp) offer native versions of these features.

Below, we've prepared a comparison of Trello's collaboration features to those of the other services from our sample:

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Nutzergruppen
Private Nachrichten
Gruppenchat
Message-Board
Whiteboard
Dokumente
Wiki
Summe
0
6
6
5
4
3
3
1
1
1
1
Was Kollaborations-Funktionen angeht, hinkt Trello der Konkurrenz hinterher.

Trello probably shouldn't be at the top of your list if you're looking for a project management tool with many collaboration features. You can share tasks and projects with team members and jointly edit them, but you'll need a Power-Up or another program for everything else.

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4.

Advanced Features

It might seem like Trello's features are somewhat basic, however, the platform is far more versatile than it looks. In terms of automations in particular, Trello has a surprise or two up its sleeve.

Automations: Customize Workflows to Your Needs

When it comes to automations, Trello is solid. Even though they're intended for more advanced users, setting up automations is as intuitive and user-friendly as the rest of the platform.

Click on the three-dot menu in the upper right of your board and select "Automation" to access the automation area.

Simplify workflows with self-designed automations.

There are multiple types of automations

  • Rules: Using the various triggers and actions, create rules such as "When X happens, Y occurs" for your board. When the conditions you specify are met, a specific element will be attached to a card or moved to a list.

  • Scheduled: Schedule activities for certain times (for example, on a day of the week, or at a specific time).

  • Due date: Link particular actions to deadlines specified within your cards (for example, notifications a few days before they're due, or archiving after the deadline has passed).

  • Card buttons: Add custom quick actions to your cards for specific actions to be carried out faster.

  • Board buttons: Automatically perform multiple board actions (such as archiving multiple cards) with a single click.

Many features that Trello doesn't have a native solution for, like task dependencies, can be configured with custom automations.

Automations are included in all Trello subscriptions, however, both the free version and the Standard plan limit how many users can execute. Premium and Enterprise users also have to contend with limitations, however, most users won't notice these.

Power-Ups: Extensions and Integrations for Trello

Would you like to use other tools with Trello or have access to additional features that the platform doesn't offer? If so, look through Trello's Power-Ups for a suitable integration.

These are grouped into categories like "Analysis and Reporting", "Communication and Collaboration", or "Data Management" and offer plenty of important features like time tracking (Harvest), whiteboards (Miro), or messaging (Slack).

Use Power-Ups to integrate other programs into Trello.

There's a lot to choose from and no limit on the number of Power-Ups you can add. Some integrations are premium only, however.

Limited Resources

Thanks to automations and Power-Ups you can personalize Trello to your needs and requirements, adding nearly every feature expected from a project management platform.

Some of the features that other programs include out of the box, like reporting, time tracking, or form creation, aren't included.

Here, we've prepared an overview of all advanced features Trello offers compared to the other project management software we evaluated:

TrelloAirtableAsanaBasecampClickUpMeisterTaskmondayNotionSmartsheetTeamworkWrike
Formulare
Automatisierung
Zeiterfassung
Integrations
Charts
Reporting
API
Trello hat mächtige Automatisierungen und viele Integrationen, die den Standard-Funktionsumfang sinnvoll erweitern.

If you factor in integrations and automations, Trello's breadth of features is solid, however, the program could offer much more out of the box.

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5.

Documentation & Support

Trello's website has plenty of useful guides and support resources for beginners. These feature screenshots and hyperlinks to illustrate and demonstrate key concepts and tools.

There are comprehensive webinars, searchable FAQs, and a well-visited user forum, where anyone can pose or answer questions.

We found answers for most of the questions that came up during our review on Trello's website.

Trello's support center features beginner guides that explain the platform's basic features.

Direct support is only offered via a support ticket, and there isn't a support hotline or live chat. Trello, like many, seems to prefer that its users answer questions on their own before reaching out for help.

With that said, we only had to wait 30 minutes for an answer from Trello's support team. They answered our questions and directed us to relevant articles in the support center for further information.

Overall, we had a very satisfying experience with Trello's support team. Still, more contact options would be nice.

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Pricing

Trello has four subscriptions: Free, Standard, Premium, and Enterprise. For each of the paid options, you'll pay per user, per month.

  • The free version includes 10 boards per Workspace and unlimited cards, but its limitations make it impractical for large projects: Files cannot exceed 10 MB, you get 250 automation executions per month, and there's only the Board view.

  • The Standard plan doesn't include additional views, however, you can create unlimited boards, add custom fields, and use advanced checklists.

  • To tap into Trello's potential, you'll need a Premium subscription: This enables access to additional views (Calendar, Timeline, Table, Dashboard, and Map), unlimited automation runs, and extra admin features.

  • The Enterprise plan includes even more essential features for large-scale project management (such as unlimited Workspaces, company-wide privileges, multi-board guests, etc.).

Below, we've provided a comparison of Trello's subscriptions:

FreeStandardPremium
Monthly Price $0.00 from $5.00 from $10.00
Price per additional user - + $5.00 + $10.00
Contract Period (Months) 0 1 - 12 1 - 12
Limits
Number of Users unlimited unlimited unlimited
Number of Projects 10 unlimited unlimited
Number of Tasks unlimited unlimited unlimited
Anzahl Automatisierungen 250 1,000 unlimited
Views
Liste
Table
Kanban
Galerie
Kalender
Zeitleiste
Gantt
Mindmap
Workload
Karte
Tasks
Benutzerdefinierte Felder
Unteraufgaben
Aufgabenabhängigkeiten
Meilensteine
Ziele
Zusammenarbeit
Nutzergruppen
Private Nachrichten
Gruppenchat
Message-Board
Whiteboard
Dokumente
Wiki
Erweiterte Funktionen
Formulare
Automatisierung
Zeiterfassung
Integrations
Charts
Reporting
API

Comparing Trello's Pricing

Trello is among the most affordable solutions on the market. Below, we chose the subscription price from each provider we reviewed which includes 10 users and unlimited projects.

Actual costs depend entirely on the number of users, the subscription you select, and which features you need:

1.
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yearly price
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yearly price
4.
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$96.00
yearly price
5.
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$144.00
yearly price
6.
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$180.00
yearly price

Trello offers discounted rates for educational organizations and non-profits. There's also a free trial version, which you can test for 14 days (without payment information) or 30 days (with payment information).

Conclusion

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Trello is a particularly user- and beginner-friendly project management platform. It's ideal for small and medium-sized teams that want to visualize their projects in Kanban style and stay on top of tasks, to-dos, and team capacity.

Users get different views, powerful automations, and access to plenty of extensions and integrations, all of which make the platform much more flexible than it might appear at first glance.

Unfortunately, Trello isn't as versatile as other solutions: Many features that are standard elsewhere (real-time collaboration, time tracking, and reporting) can only be added to Trello through integrations.

In addition, if you're unfamiliar with Kanban or would like to indicate dependencies and create subtasks when managing projects, you'll need to configure them manually with Trello's automations.

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Trello Experiences

Trello's users appear to be very satisfied with the program. We reviewed verified reviews on reputable aggregators and noted the following feedback:

  • Clear user interface

    Many customers praise Trello's user-friendly interface: New users in particular say that it doesn't take long to get familiar with the platform and collaborate effectively.

  • Free version

    Trello's free version is a big hit with many people: They like the ability to use many of its important features at no cost.

  • Plenty of integrations

    Many Trello users emphasize the number and variety of integrations and extensions that can be added to the platform.

  • Not capable of doing everything

    Some users reported that complex workflows or processes can only be created in Trello with workarounds.

  • Lacks features

    Many Trello users bemoan the absence of certain features. The most common are those for reporting, time tracking, document creation and editing, or real-time communication.

Customer Ratings
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Alternatives

Is Trello's focus on Kanban and its limited selection of custom fields a dealbreaker for you? If so, monday might be a good alternative: The platform is just as user-friendly, but much more flexible. Keep in mind that it's designed for teams, however.

Or maybe you want to customize projects with dependencies, subtasks, milestones, and goals? In that case, Asana and ClickUp are worth checking out.

You can find more alternatives to Trello here:

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Basecamp hat seinen Funktionsumfang bewusst beschränkt, um kleinen Teams eine intuitive Projektzentrale zu bieten, die nicht mit Möglichkeiten überladen ist. Das reich für einfache Projekte aus, ist für komplexere Vorhaben aber etwas limitierend.
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FAQs

Who is Trello for?

Trello is designed for smaller and medium-sized teams that want to visualize their projects and progress in Kanban style.

How does Trello differ from other platforms?

Trello is far more user-friendly than many other project management tools. Its sleek and intuitive interface makes Trello an excellent choice for users without technical know-how.

Can I use Trello for free?

Yes, Trello's free version supports up to 10 boards per Workspace and unlimited cards. File storage is limited to 10 MB, you only get the Board view, and you cannot add custom fields.

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Martin Gschwentner majored in American Studies and Media Studies in Germany, the USA and France and works as a freelance editor in Paris. He is a doctoral student at the Institute for English and American Studies at the University of Paris Diderot, where he is researching the influence of money on US politics. On EXPERTE.com he writes about IT security, data protection and software for the self-employed and small businesses.
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