Trello and productivity tips round up!
Adding people to your board with a click, where to find Trello consultants, and how to hate mornings less.
Create a link to invite people to your Trello board.
Rather than individually adding people to a Trello board, you can generate a link that will allow anyone to join when they click it! Just go to “Share” at the top of your board and you’ll see the option to copy a link. You can even specify if those people should be able to be active members or just observers of the board.
Quick Poll 🚨 New section alert!🚨
Each week, I’m going to ask a simple question to help me better understand more about you all and how to create better content that’s useful for you. Don’t worry you don’t have to go fill out a form… just click the link next to it to vote for that option,
Are you interested in ONLY Trello content, or are you interested in learning about various productivity tools and systems and how to optimize them?
a) Only Trello (click to vote)
b) Other stuff is okay, but majority Trello please (click to vote)
c) I wouldn’t mind hearing about other stuff (click to vote)
d) I’d PREFER hearing about other stuff (click to vote)
Trellowing the Web
[🗣 discussion] Trello Boards Know Where You Want To Move Your Cards (Atlassian Community)
[🗣 discussion] Where to find Trello consultants (Atlassian Community)
[🎥 video] Top Trello Tips and Tricks for Beginners (YouTube)
[📚 article] PM72 Meet the Speaker: Project Manager’s Guide to Trello (Atlassian Community)
[🎥 video] What to expect in the Trello Fundamentals Course (YouTube)
[📚 article] Are Trello Boards Private? How to Use Privacy Settings to Secure Your Work (Trello blog)
[📚 discussion] How do you deal with completed tasks? (Reddit)
On the Trello front, I passed the Trello Fundamentals Assessment and have a nice shiny badge!
Can’t wait for more of these to come!
On the non-Trello front, here’s my video this week! It’s actually a little light on the Trello content, but I think you’ll find some use out of it as a fellow productivity enthusiast.
I’m not into mornings. I’ve tried and I will never be that “wake up at 5 am and conquer the day” person that we all both envy and hate at the same time. So I’ve accepted my fate and just try to make mornings suck a little less. Here’s how I do that, and some hope for any other folks out there who just don’t like mornings.
No Brittany’s Bets this week - probably going to make this section a special guest that happens weekly. Thinking about other Trello-related segments I can incorporate here, maybe featured Power-Ups? Let me know if there’s anything specific you’d like to see here!