Trello

Description

Trello is a Kanban-style visual management tool created by Joel Spolsky and Michael Pryor - it uses Kanban boards to organize information that users can easily move from one column to another through a simple drag & drop.

Trello is designed with a philosophy that shapes it as generic as possible so as to fit the needs of a lot of people and because of this simplicity, it has become a standard for organizing work in the simplest terms possible and helped popularize Kanban boards to an extend where its competition like

,
Notion
&
ClickUp
have adopted it.

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