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Trello: awesome online Todo list and more

Discussion in 'External Tools' started by Izitmee, Feb 18, 2012.

  1. Izitmee


    Jan 27, 2011

    I just started using Trello, and I though I might share my happiness with it.

    It's an online Todo list system: very flexible, loads fast, allows both private than open "boards" (so that even non-logged people can see them) and it's completely free! I'm using it to keep the game I'm developing under control, and I'm loving it.

    Note that I definitely don't work with them, so this is just pure sharing pleasure :)
  2. alverndbl


    Jul 11, 2010
    Looks interesting... probably i'll use it. Thanks
  3. AsmoLab


    Oct 15, 2018
    Trello is awesome indeed, it's one the first tool to use Kanban methodology, a very productive one.
    Our team is a big fan of Kanban, therefor we created our own free to-do list tool, called Zenkit, we'd love to have to have your feedbacks about it.
    Here's an article we wrote about to-do's, hope you'll enjoy :
    DGerine likes this.
  4. DGerine


    Dec 5, 2018
    I've used both Trello and Zenkit. They're both great kanban apps and I can vouch for both. Zenkit however does have a feature where you can switch your kanban board into a task list or table (like Excel). So it depends how many bells and whistles you want from your app, but yes, they are both great.