Do you struggle with project management? Want to collaborate with a cousin on your genealogy research or a colleague on writing a book or managing society activities?
Trello has changed the way I organize my personal to-do list, plan my posts for this blog, approach my genealogy projects, and my brainstorm ideas for writing. It truly is my “whiteboard in the cloud.”
During the recent Getting Started with Trello Mini Boot Camp I presented on Saturday 19 March 2016 with Thomas MacEntee of Hack Genealogy, I demonstrated several different ways to use Trello for genealogy and family history.
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Below is a description of what was covered in the live session as provided by Thomas MacEntee and Hack Genealogy.
If you were unable to attend the recent Getting Started with Trello Mini Boot Camp this past Saturday, you’re in luck! We’ve packaged the entire event – webinar video, handouts and freebies – into one product! We had a enthusiastic crowd with Lisa A. Alzo presenting a fun and information-filled webinar!
Getting Started with Trello
- Learn how to set up a free Trello account and create your first project board.
- Discover Trello’s easy project management system of boards, lists and cards and how to customize them for your personal to-do lists and genealogy/family history projects.
- Learn how you can share your Trello boards and cards to collaborate with relatives, fellow researchers, and society colleagues.
- Get tips on using the Trello app to sync your boards on multiple devices to take your work with you wherever you go!
- View a variety of sample projects, and much more!
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