Trello for Product Managers

Manage complex projects and processes using Trello.

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Product Roadmap

Prioritize product development and feature requests with stakeholders.

  • Manage high level product improvements and incoming feature requests from Sales and Support teams.
  • Prioritize feature requests for upcoming sprints and create a transparent development process.
  • Organize user stories and customer feedback for quick reference.
  • Establish development and design requirements for implementation using checklists.
  • Make spring planning more effective by adding story points to cards for estimating the difficulty of building features.
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Agile Sprints

Manage an agile workflow that gives your team perspective.

  • Keep all code, specs, and user stories easily accessible in one location.
  • See the status of tasks as sprints progress.
  • Collaborate seamlessly with engineers and scrum masters.
  • Manage and prioritize the product backlog with stakeholders and product owners.
  • Transparently share with stakeholders what’s shipped and what’s up next.
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Sprint Retrospective

Replace whiteboards with Trello boards for more informative and accessible team retrospectives.

  • Stay effective and remove roadblocks for success with regularly held retrospectives after every sprint.
  • Create an open and encouraging environment that puts introverts and extroverts on the same level.
  • Celebrate what went well, what needs improvement, and any action items required to improve communication and collaboration.
  • Empower team members to vote and openly discuss the issues that matter most to the team.
  • Keep distributed teams in sync by removing geographic barriers with an accessible anywhere Trello board.
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Project Overview

Easily manage cross-functional team projects.

  • Get perspective on all moving parts during cross-functional team projects.
  • Clearly establish the high level goals for each element of the project in one location.
  • Create a workflow to organize tasks as they move from research phases to implementation.
  • Visualize the progress of tasks and quickly surface information by applying filterable labels to cards.
  • Stay organized by attaching all research notes, data, and design mockups for each task.
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Feature Requests

Create an actionable inbox to receive and prioritize feature requests from Sales and Support for your product roadmap.

  • Establish a transparent workflow to prioritize feature requests.
  • Share the progress of features selected for development.
  • Capture important details about requested features including customer pain points.
  • See the frequency of feature requests by asking team members to attach tickets to cards.
  • Improve customer success by letting Sales and Support know when a highly requested feature has been released.
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Webinars For Product Managers

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Slack

  • Keep clear lines of communication and collaboration by associating a Trello board to that project’s dedicated Slack channel.
  • Get team feedback by sharing cards to Slack directly from Trello, and easily attach a conversation in Slack to a Trello card.
  • Make sure deadlines are met and everyone is on track by setting Slack reminders on Trello cards for team meetings and tasks.
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Google Drive

  • Stop wasting time searching for assets by attaching files and folders directly to Trello cards.
  • In a glance, see which files have been updated in Drive without leaving your Trello board.
  • Save time by creating new Google Drive files and folders directly from Trello cards.
  • Trello also supports integrations with Dropbox and Box.
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GitHub

  • Track the progress of projects by attaching pull requests, commits, and issues to cards.
  • Instantly see which pull requests failed their checks to prevent errors from getting merged into code.
  • Stay on track by seeing who is assigned to pull requests.
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Calendar

  • Visualize due dates in a calendar view to see what needs to get done in the coming weeks.
  • Set realistic goals by filtering assigned cards by team member to make sure no one is overloaded with work.
  • Track due dates across all your boards in one place by importing a board’s iCal feed to third party calendars like Google, Apple, and Outlook.
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Corrello

  • Create reports for sprints and releases to get the information you need without leaving Trello.
  • Manage sprint progress and stay on schedule by tracking open, in progress, and completed tasks with burndown charts.
  • Identify bottlenecks and redistribute resources to maintain progress with cumulative flow diagrams.
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Blog Posts To Stay On Task

In-depth posts for improving your process with Trello from industry leaders and the Trello team.

The Beginner’s Guide To Scrum And Agile Project Management

Buckle up, because we’re about to “sprint” through your introduction to Scrum and Agile (you’ll get that joke by the end of this guide, we promise).

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An Agile Workflow That Keeps Tasks Flexible

An easy agile Trello workflow to plan your agile and scrum frameworks with ease.


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From Maker To Manager: Tips To Lead More Effectively

Learn how to better gain perspectives from the entire team to make your product even more awesome.

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