Trello goes global!

Now officially available in over 20 different languages,
including Italiano.

In the spirit of global connectivity, we asked thousands of Trello users around the globe...

How do you work?

Scroll to see the surprising similarities, and differences!

Let's get fired up!


How do you stay energized at work?

Coffee

73%

Tea

15%

Other

9%

Redbull

3%


How many cups per day? (Hey, no judgment here.)

1-3

74%

4-6

22%

6-10

3%

10+

1%

Now let's get to work...


How many hours do you work in a week?

5%

< 20

10%

20-35

40%

35-45

30%

45-55

10%

55-65

3%

65-75

2%

> 75


Where do you like to work?

Office
 

57%

Home
 

27%

Anywhere there's internet

10%

Other
 

6%

Phew, that's a lot of work.
You've earned a vacation.

How many weeks of vacation do you usually take?

2-3

59%

4-5

28%

6-7

6%

8-9

3%

10+

4%

It's easier than ever to connect with people around the world. With that in mind...


How many languages do you speak?

36%

1

36%

2

20%

3

6%

4

2%

5+


During the course of the day, how many people in different countries do you interact with?

1

46%

2

17%

3

12%

4

5%

5+

20%

In fact, millions of people from every country in the world use Trello every day. Here are just a few of their stories:

When I work remotely, I create a board where my boss can see at a glance what I am doing all week and how I am spending my work time. They appreciated the transparency and convenience!

— Jennifer J.J. Jang, Taiwan

We used Trello to plan our wedding. We arranged guests (cards) on tables (lists) for the seating arrangement. It's easy to use (even my wife likes it!) and appropriate for almost everything.

— Andrey Andreev, Russia

"We use Trello to coordinate with other people from around the world. It makes managing our Game Development project much easier, and allows us to see clear and easy progress on who, and what is being done.

— Alec Weekes, UK

We use Trello internally to keep track of our sales funnel.

— Poju Yap, Philippines

With Trello, I plan my multi-country life. It is very useful to get organized between friends, houses, bills, etc.

— Leonardo Vidal, Spain

I add all my hobby ideas to Trello. Now I know which are pending, and I can arrange them based on priority. Then I choose one whenever I have time.

— Shaleen Tongia, India

I use Trello to share content across the country.

— Ton Oliveira, Brazil

People just like you helped Trello reach countries around the world. Over 450 crowdsourcers translated Trello into 20 different languages, with more on the way!


Be a part of Trello's global story.

Tell your friends they can now use Trello in their language!