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Trello is really great compared with your average todo list, Excel spreadsheet, or planning tool. Unless your needs are super complex or your list of tasks is longer than a few hundred items, I'd say start with Trello until you need something else. If you're in a domain where there's good planning tools or you're tracking a ton of items, e.g. issue tracking for software development, then it's worth doing a more detailed evaluation of alternatives for you.
Trello works really well for simple visual task management.
Everyone on your team can quickly see what’s happening in the project and what tasks need to be done.
It works really well for small teams with simple projects and tasks. But for large teams working on several projects, Trello can quickly become cluttered.
However, compared to Asana and Toggl Plan, Trello falls short at project planning and team management.
There’s no way to see the project timeline and keep track of milestones.
You also won’t be able to quickly see who’s available, who's working and who’s on vacation, making it difficult to manage team workloads.
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