This app makes collaborating easier than ever

Using the right tools and products can make a world of difference when it comes to dealing with your financial matters. With that in mind, each week we will be featuring one Finance Collective member approved product or tool that can help make your financial life a little bit easier. This week we are sharing the tool Trello. Read on to see why MoneyMiniBlog loves this tool!

"When you work with other people, you cannot allow yourself to fail because of someone else's mistakes, and you mustn't make mistakes that would cost the team a successful completion of a project. You need to be on top of every situation, and Trello is the tool to help you with that.

This is a simple, lightweight app for project management. The interface is organized in the form of boards, cards, and lists. You can use those forms to make to-do lists and set priorities for the team. The app is flexible, so you can easily move the tasks from one list to another.

For example, you can create the following boards: In Development, Testing, In Revision, Ready to Go, Done. When you have few tasks, apps, or some kinds of products in the development stage, you can monitor their progress and move them across the boards as the team makes progress." -MoneyMiniBlog

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