Project management and task management tools can help your company organize and complete its goals. One new application that can help with this process is Trello Project Management software for Windows, Mac and Linux OS. I’ll admit that I’d heard of Trello, but had never used the project management tool before evaluating it for this blog post. So far, it seems fairly simple to set up and use for my daily, weekly and monthly projects.
Trello consists of boards which allow you to add topics, projects or to-to lists with details under each board. This includes the ability to upload pictures, files, add links or make checklists for various cards within each board.
What I liked initially about Trello was that it integrated with Google, making it easy for me to sign in and get started. What I liked even more was that Trello also integrates with Hubstaff’s time tracking software (Hubstaff has spent much time developing integrations for some of the most popular apps, including Trello).
Setting up Trello Integration with Hubstaff:
To get started, I created an account in Trello and then logged into Hubstaff to link the accounts. This will enable me to track my time used in Trello using Hubstaff. To link accounts, you have to visit the Organizations page of Hubstaff, and then hit ‘add integration.’…