Organize the boards and people you're working with to get things done.
Teams make it easy to organize your Trello boards and members in one accessible location. Trello Teams can be created for any group in your life: whether for work, family, friends, or just for fun.
Free teams can hold up to 10 open boards at a time, and Business Class and Enterprise teams get unlimited open boards. There is no limit to the number of teams you can create. (Looking for additional security features, administrative controls, and unlimited integrations? Then a Business Class team is right for you.)
Starting a team is pretty simple:
The Members tab of your team page is where you’ll add (or remove) team members. When adding members, think big! Don’t just add the department that you work with. Instead, add your entire company so that everyone can organize and collaborate in one centralized location. This also makes it easier for colleagues to join boards and get to work without any friction.
There are a few easy ways to invite your entire company, club, or family, to your Trello team:
#TrelloTips: Link your Slack and Trello teams for the ultimate productivity powerhouse. Collaborate on Trello cards and boards without leaving Slack, and let Slack team members easily join your Trello team.
When collaborating with a team in Trello, first make sure that your boards are associated with the team. To do so, go to your boards and change the visibility setting to “Team,” and select your newly created team. When a board is team visible it means everyone on the team can view and join the board without needing to interrupt an existing board member to gain access.
#TrelloTips: If your newly invited teammates have Trello boards they’ve been using that are relevant to the team, make sure they associate their boards with the team as well.
Way to go! You’ve set up your team, associated your Trello boards, and invited everyone. 🙌
Here are some more resources to help your new team get going:
#TrelloTips:Use this handy slide deck we’ve created to go over key Trello concepts and features with your team.