With a year of experience, librarians believe Trello helped them tremendously in managing the projects on which they collaborated. In this article, they want to share their experience and provide insight about what Trello can do. Trello is a web-based project management tool that enables users to organize projects, track progress, collaborate, and communicate with team members. There are many similar tools available on the market, but the features that Trello provides are very attractive and practical. There are three concepts they need to understand for using Trello: 1. board, 2. list, and 3. card. The best way to illustrate them is to use the analogy of Trello and a file cabinet. Within each board, you may create lists that are akin to the manila folders inside the hanging folder. The list defines the tasks to be performed and keeps track of the progress of a project. Trello has helped us to enhance project planning and improve our productivity.
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