A handy online tool that I have used for managing projects and To Do lists is Trello. I first started using Trello on a software development team about four years ago. Trello was integrated into the team’s usage of Scrum, which is an Agile approach to project management in the Information Technology field. Our project team used 2-3 week “sprints” or time-blocks for managing short-term To Do lists and task assignments within a framework of long-term company goals and project priorities.
In that context, I was one of several users on a Trello team. So Trello can be used for team collaboration, including teams where members may be working in different locations or remotely from main office. I have also read that some couples have used Trello to plan their wedding.
In addition to team collaboration, I have also used Trello for tracking personal To Do lists, goals and tasks, including home remodeling projects. When we remodeled our kitchen, Trello was a valuable tool for planning and keeping track of ideas, tasks, contractors, web links, documents and images.
I recently took a Business Planning course over the winter season. A Business Plan and the writing and planning process itself suggests a variety of goals and To Do lists. Now that I have written plan, I spent time reviewing my business plan again, this time making notes regarding goals, tasks and priorities. From there, I was able to put that information into Trello to help track all these items.