A: In this article I will talk about my experience working from home using Trello as a tool.
A: Trello is a great tool for managing tasks and teams, it can be used by a team of people working together on a project or a single person working alone. This article will focus on the latter, on a single person working with Trello.
A: When starting your day you might have a lot of things on your mind, what to do first, what to do next. Setting yourself up to be productive early in the morning is key to making time for everything else in your life.
A: Having everything in place before you start working is not always easy, but with the right tools you can make it easy.
A: As I mentioned before, Trello is a great tool for managing tasks and projects. It has many features that make it easy to use the way you want. You can organize cards into different boards and lists depending on how you want to view them. And if you find that you need to change the way things are setup later, there is nothing stopping you from reorganizing everything.
A: Another great feature is the integration with other services including Google Calendar or Slack for sending notifications when something is due. The ability to customize the notifications in Trello, makes it easy to send reminders to yourself without having to go in and check the board every so often.
A: So here are some tips for setting yourself up to be productive in the morning when working from home.
A: The first step is to get organized the night before. Make sure you know what needs to be done today and put it in Trello, either adding new cards to existing lists or creating new lists if needed. Organizing your tasks in Trello will allow you to get the most out of it’s features, especially notifications.
A: The second step is getting started! Take a look at the cards you added yesterday, make sure they are still relevant and start working. You can also add new cards while you are working through the ones you created yesterday. If you get stuck on one task, move it aside and get back to it later. That’s what lists are for!