About Me

My name is Ninte. I am a Software Developer, poet & Entrepreneur.


I use Trello on a daily basis.

It helps me streamline my work and learning goals.


It can do so for you too.

Productivity describes various measures of the efficiency of production. Productivity is a crucial factor in the production performance of firms. Productivity growth can also help businesses to be more profitable. (Source: Wikipedia)

Setting up Trello

  1. Sign up on the website. It's free.
  2. Click on Create new board to start off organizing tasks and plans.
  3. Pick a board setting.
  4. Select a background from the options available.
  5. Click on Create Board.

Setting up a Board

Organizing Information

A card is a gateway to a larger set of planning options.

Button Explanation
Description Helps card members know what a card is about
Members Lets us invite other people to participate in a card's task or activities
Labels This can be done with colours to help board members know what a card does by sight
Checklist This lets us set you tasks that can be verified as directly completed
Due Date Sets a time for a card's task to be achieved. It can be set to time, date and an alert period
Attachment Can have links attached to a card, and other content from a diverse group of sources
Cover With this we can set an image that gives a visual clue to a card

Card Add-Ons

Button Explanation
Move Lets us move a card in three ways (to other Boards, Lists and a different position in a List)
Copy With this us can replicate a card, do the things in the Move feature and edit a card's title
Watch This lets us observe changes in a card we are a member of
Archive This takes a card off a list, and into the Archived Items section of a board

Card Actions

Let us update our board with labelled cards, and visual cues.


This will help show us what tasks each card addresses at a glance.

Board Changes

Implementing Card Add-ons


The most significant change made

was that we archived list Five.

Demo Board

on Trello