Description

Trello is a project organization software. It is a collaboration tool that assembles projects into boards. It answers the question of what is being worked on, who is working on what, and the stage where something is in a process. Tasks and teams are organized and easily accounted for.

Founder(s)

Michael Pryor, Joel Spolsky

Features

Trello is an all-round project management tool. Its features includes:

  • Project management
  • Communication management
  • Scrum support
  • To-do list
  • Drag & drop
  • Media planning
  • Meeting management
  • Agile methodologies
  • Collaboration tools
  • Milestone tracking
  • Time tracking
  • Calendar System
  • Content management
  • Client management
  • Employee management
  • CRM
  • KPI monitoring
  • Product data management
  • Budget management
  • Activity dashboard
Pricing

Trello offers a free plan for a whole team. It also has paid plans which are as follows:

  • Standard: $5/user/month (annually) or $6 (monthly)
  • Premium: $10/user/month (annually) or $12.50 (monthly)
  • Enterprise: $17.50/user/month (annually) or $210 annual price/user
Cost

5

Price Range

Affordable

FAQs

Is Trello expensive?

Trello has four pricing plans, one of which is free. The free plan is for basic individual use or small teams. The paid pricing plans ranges from $5 to $17.50 per month. This range is relatively affordable.

Is Trello easy to use?

Trello is simple and intuitive to use. Its ease of use makes it a valuable solution for teams looking for an effective solution to project management problems.

Does Trello allow easy integration?

Trello connects to everything. It integrates with everyday apps. This enables teams to meet up with milestones and track progresses.

Does Trello support multiple languages?

Trello is available in over twenty languages: English, Russian, German, Finnish, Swedish, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Hungarian, Polish, and many more.

Is Trello secure?

Trello ensures that consumer data is kept securely with the best practices. It uses a PCI DSS system to handle credit and debit card information.

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