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  |  By Erika Storli
Let’s face it—whether you're the project lead overseeing a busy team or an individual contributor playing a supporting role, it’s easy to lose track and momentum. Multitasking on several different platforms with 20 tabs open on your browser while your Slack and email notifications are nonstop can cost you up to 40% of your productivity.
  |  By Kenza Moller
Enterprises spend significant time, effort, and money on the strategic planning process. And yet, an overwhelming number of business strategies fail. So after weeks or months of hard work, you unveil a strategic plan with elaborately crafted long-term goals. If it’s like most strategic plans, at best, the plan might gather dust in the cloud. At worst, the plan confuses, frustrates, and divides teams. But that doesn’t mean you should scrap strategic planning.
  |  By Ellie Kulick
Ever open up your browser with immense dred trying to find the last tab you were working on? Stats show that up to 9% of work time for the average worker is spent reorienting after switching between dozens of tabs, windows, or apps. While collaboration tools were made to make us more productive on the surface, the frequent toggling, clicking, and expanding often derails our focus to achieve a single task.
  |  By Deanna deBara
If you’re a Type A personality, project planning might sound like music to your ears. Setting deadlines, organizing tasks, and creating order out of chaos — what’s not to love? The reality is that project planning isn’t for everyone. In one survey by Association for Project Management, 76% of project professionals said their main project was a source of stress. Poor planning, unclear responsibilities, and overallocation are often the culprits behind the stress.
  |  By Stella Garber
A schedule isn’t a one-size-fits-all solution. A well-planned schedule could maximize productivity for one but become a source of stress for another. The fact is, a schedule is best laid out depending on your role and its demands. Different roles have different priorities and in some projects, you’re faced with a combination of roles — one that morphs from individual contributor one day to manager the next day (or Superman by night).
  |  By Court Bishop
Some organizations believe that if they provide employees with an onboarding experience, they don’t need to also provide employee orientation. Or, perhaps, the other way around. Although they typically happen toward the end of the hiring journey, the onboarding and orientation processes aren’t interchangeable. Rather, they work together to provide a solid foundation for your new hire to work from.
  |  By Britt Joiner
However, Trello is extremely simple to get started with and also customizable, so I can always mold my Trello to do exactly what I need it to and integrate it with other tools in my workflow. PixieBrix is a browser automation tool that lets you add features and customize your web apps. For instance, you can add buttons or keyboard shortcuts that trigger certain actions, like getting info from another site and displaying it on the current site or sending data about the current site to another one.
  |  By Lauren Moon
It’s been two years since remote work took over corporate America, and what did we learn? A lot of us can do our jobs from home at least a few days per week. In May 2020, up to 70% of remote-capable employees—or staff members whose jobs can be done remotely—worked exclusively from off-site locations. Jump to February of 2022.
  |  By Kat Boogaard
That enlightening article you read while sipping (okay, chugging) your morning coffee. That podcast episode you listened to at the gym. That resonant quote printed on your coffee cup. Every single day is an avalanche of input (and you probably have the fatigue and eye strain to prove it).
  |  By Lauren Moon
You can toggle between light and dark themes on your Trello boards by clicking the circle in the top right corner of your Trello boards.
  |  By Trello
Did you know you can access and update your work in other Atlassian tools such as Jira, Confluence, Atlas, and more, right from your Trello cards?
  |  By Trello
P.S.., there’s no coding involved.
  |  By Trello
I'm a doll but I still wanna Trello.
  |  By Trello
Instead of navigating 30 different tabs, use smart links to keep work moving across apps, right from Trello.
  |  By Trello
Looking to better manage your workflows and projects? Check out the awesome ways you can use Trello as a productivity dashboard, with Smartlink capabilities integrating with Jira, Confluence, and many other third-party tools.
  |  By Trello
The actual work can wait.
  |  By Trello
Every completed task is one worth celebrating. At Trello, we want to celebrate every task you’ve moved over to the “Done” list, and what better way to do so than with a (literal) confetti explosion? 🎉
  |  By Trello
There are 30 label colors and even color-blind friendly mode!
  |  By Trello
Forget your mouse, use your keyboard to maneuver around your Trello board.
  |  By Trello
Get rid of that card or list, and retrieve it back if you need to as well!

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