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How to Organize Your To-do Lists Using Trello

  1. 1. How to organize your to-do lists using Trello
  2. 2. What is Trello?
  3. 3. Trello is a collaboration tool
  4. 4. that organizes projects into boards
  5. 5. In one glance, Trello tells you what's being worked on,
  6. 6. who's working on what,
  7. 7. and where something is in a process.
  8. 8. Trello is a free online application
  9. 9. for organizing ides, processes and more!
  10. 10. It works like a pin board
  11. 11. where you can create checklists
  12. 12. To keep track of your to-dos, share updates and more!
  13. 13. Things to know about Trello
  14. 14. 1. Trello is very visual
  15. 15. 2. Trello is versatile
  16. 16. You can make it to manage different tasks
  17. 17. Ready to manage your to-do lists using Trello?
  18. 18. First, open your browser
  19. 19. On the address bar,
  20. 20. Type in
  21. 21. Press Enter
  22. 22. Trello homepage will appear
  23. 23. On the upper right corner, click “Sign Up”
  24. 24. This will appear
  25. 25. Fill up the necessary details
  26. 26. And click “Create New Account”
  27. 27. You can also sign up using your Google account
  28. 28. In this tutorial, I signed up using “Create New Account”
  29. 29. Check your email and verify your email address
  30. 30. Upon verification, it will lead you to Trello’s dashboard
  31. 31. Let’s see how Trello works
  32. 32. Let’s begin with Trello board basics
  33. 33. First, let’s create a board
  34. 34. A board is a collection of cards
  35. 35. ordered in a list of lists.
  36. 36. Use it to manage a project,
  37. 37. track a collection or organize anything.
  38. 38. To create a board, click “Create new board”
  39. 39. Or you can click the plus “+” sign as shown
  40. 40. and choose “Create board…”
  41. 41. Write the title of your board. In this example, I wrote “Palawan Trip” as my title
  42. 42. Then click “Create”
  43. 43. Yes you guessed it right! I’m planning a trip to Palawan
  44. 44. We now have a board which we can use to create a list of to-dos
  45. 45. By the way, you can always customize your board.
  46. 46. On the Menu section found on the right side of the page
  47. 47. is where you can find the options on how to customize your board
  48. 48. Let’s say I want to change my background.
  49. 49. Just click the “Change Background” option
  50. 50. And choose an option that suites you. In this example, I will choose “Photos”
  51. 51. I will choose this as my background
  52. 52. This is how my new board looks like.
  53. 53. Let’s now proceed by adding some lists
  54. 54. Lists keep cards organized in their various stages of progress.
  55. 55. They can be used to create a workflow
  56. 56. where cards are moved across lists from start to finish,
  57. 57. or simply act as a place to keep track of ideas and information.
  58. 58. There’s no limit to the number of lists you can add to a board.
  59. 59. To add a list, just click “Add a list” and type a particular action
  60. 60. In my example, I wrote the word “To do” as my first list
  61. 61. I will add 2 more to complete my lists.
  62. 62. Now let’s add a card Examples of cards
  63. 63. The fundamental unit of a board is a card.
  64. 64. Cards are used to represent tasks and ideas.
  65. 65. A card can be something that needs to get done, like a blog post to be written,
  66. 66. or something that needs to be remembered, like company vacation policies.
  67. 67. To add a card, click “Add a card” and type your task
  68. 68. Here are some of the cards in my Palawan Trip.
  69. 69. There’s no limit to the number of cards you can add to a board.
  70. 70. Drag and drop cards across lists to show progress.
  71. 71. Here is an example of the card that I dragged from my “To Do” list to my “Doing” list
  72. 72. Follow the same principle of dragging a card from 1 list to another upon completing a task. This is how you will monitor your progress
  73. 73. Basically, that’s how Trello works. Simple and easy!
  74. 74. Here are some of the examples how others use Trello
  75. 75. That’s it for now.
  76. 76. I hope you find this tutorial helpful