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We often hear from people that notifications in Trello are noisy and complicated, which ultimately lessens their value.
Last week, we decided it was time to choose a comprehensive social media tool for our team at Trello.
When we introduced the new search back in May, people from around the world were astonished by the speed and flexibility of Trello search.
Daniel Lew, one of our Android developers was recently named a Google Developer Expert. There are only 20 Android GDEs in the world and only 3 in the United States!
It’s really easy to keep everything organized in the Trello, but sometimes, instead of opening up the app, you just want to send a quick email reply to a notification in your inbox.
We have some exciting news! Starting today Trello is its own company. So far over 4.5 million people have signed up for Trello.
Yup, in our pursuit of being everywhere, Trello is now available on your wrist. Want to create cards without using your phone?
Trello for iOS 2.6 just landed in the App Store. I know, I know, you’re probably bowling over one another to be first in line to download – but wait.
As Lionel would tell you, searching is important, and Trello search just got a whole lot better. All of your card content is now searchable and presented in a simpler interface, with a brand new set of operators to help you narrow your searches down.
On April 7th, a serious security issue called “heartbleed” was reported in the OpenSSL library. The library is used to encrypt private traffic on a majority of services on the Internet, including Trello.
Today is April Fools’ Day and we don’t have any pranks for you. We love a good gag as much as the next team, but you know, you probably wanted to get some stuff done today and seeing a pack of huskies frolic across the screen won’t help.
We’ve been working on a redesigned card back and we’re happy to launch it to all Trello users today. You’ll notice lots of small refinements, but here are the three big additions.
After releasing an all new Android app and a flat iOS app we had to keep going. Today we’re releasing our Trello for Kindle app.
Trello for iOS 2.5 is out! From the very moment you open our free, official iPhone and iPad app, you’ll whisper-wonder: “Are the rumors true?
A while ago, we asked on Twitter if you knew that Trello had a calendar feature. It turned out that, no, many of you did not know that.
Trello for iOS 2.4 is out now, and it’s like holding a piece of the future in your hands. Move cards between boards, change your boards’ backgrounds, access your favorite boards faster than ever – there are even some improvements that don’t use the word board at all.
We’ve been hard at work making Trello faster and easier to get around. We focused on a few major problems… When you had a lot of boards, it was really hard to find the ones you care about.
I am very excited to say that an all-new Trello for Android with full tablet support is now available on the Play Store!
We built Trello for everybody and we want everybody to use it. That means you get unlimited boards, members, organizations, and everything you’ll ever need for free.
After months of goofing off and stalling our project manager, we’ve finally released the new version of the Trello iOS app.