Top 10 Trello alternatives in 2020

Trello is now Powering millions of teams to work smarter, together, but you might want to know what are its alternatives.

yu can say goodbye to the spreadsheets and endless chain emails of yesterday. Trello enables teams to organize projects in a fun and flexible way. With built-in automation and 100s of integrations, your team can take productivity to a whole new level.

Top 10 trello alternatives

 

#1 Basecamp Personal

 

Manage all your small projects for free

Basecamp Personal – a completely free version of Basecamp designed with freelancers, students, families, and personal projects in mind. Use it for hobbies, weddings, small events, side projects, volunteer gigs, etc.

Since the beginning, Basecamp has been marketed as a project management and collaboration tool for small businesses (or small teams inside larger businesses). However, over the years we’ve also heard from thousands of people who use Basecamp outside of work. They’ve gone off-label and turned to Basecamp to help them manage all sorts of personal projects.

 

 

#2 Sortd for Gmail

 

Trello for Gmail – Transform your email into organized lists

Sortd is the world’s first Productivity Suite for Gmail. Unlike Asana, Monday.com, Trello or Tables by Google, who primarily focus on Internal collaboration, Sortd is capable of managing both Internal & External collaboration with deep email integration.

This product is next level! Think of Monday.com meets Gmail or Tables by Google + email collaboration.

Being that me and my team live in Gmail, we chose Sortd. The best decision we have made in a while.

Uber cool tool to transform Gmail to Trello style lists

I’ve tried dozens of solutions to clean up my inbox, and so far, the Sortd Chrome extension comes closest to helping me use and organize email the way I work. Sortd transforms Gmail into a drag-and-drop workspace with columns of customizable lists. It’s like life-organizing webapp Trello, but for email.

 



 

#3 Tables by Google

 

Tables helps teams easily track & automate tasks

Google’s in-house incubator Area 120 introduced a new work-tracking tool, Tables, which aims to make tracking projects more efficient using automation

Google’s in-house incubator Area 120 is today introducing a new work-tracking tool, Tables, which aims to make tracking projects more efficient by investing in automation. Instead of simply tracking notes and tasks associated with a project in various documents that have to manually updated b…

 

#4 Roadmap v.1.0

 

Radically transparent project & team management app.

Plan sprints, manage workload and track their progress visually.

You can visually track your team’s true progress at just a glance. Instead of counting the number of completed tasks, Roadmap focuses on how much closer your team got to their next milestones. Give it a try and let me what you think.

 



 

#5 Planyway

 

Google Calendar inside your Trello

Planyway is a powerful calendar and timeline that lives inside your Trello.

Visually manage your and your team schedule. Connect it with Google Calendar, Outlook, Apple Calendar etc.

There’s no need for PM tool to be huge and monstrous. What makes Planyway useful is its easy-to-use UI, in combination with all known Trello benefits. It pushes the boundaries of any already used calendar and makes easier their integration with each other through the Trello UI. Dragging inside calendar is pretty handy.

Nice one. Love it. Way handy to track all sorts of activities. I use it to track time on a couple of different projects. Looking forward to get Team version as I’m eager to use Team timeline view and its benefits for all my teams and projects.

Planyway is a powerful tool for personal and team time management. I also can see tasks from all my Trello boards and Google calendar or Outlook.

 



 

#6 Qlearly

 

A modern bookmarks and tabs manager ✨

Organize your favorite websites by boards and columns.

Every time you open a new tab, your board will load within a second. You can sync your bookmarks with multiple devices or even create public boards.

Stop wasting time looking for tabs or bookmarks! 🚀

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Lots of recommendations and comments suggest this is the best option, but I feel given that it’s on the Universal Bookmark Managers list, it’s a bit premature given that they don’t have mobile support yet.

I will go ahead and shamelessly mention the solution I have been working on. 🙂 If you are looking for a bookmark and tabs manager, and you are familiar with boards and columns similar to Trello, Qlearly might be the solution for you! You can create notes and tasks, back up your data.

The best on the market at this point of time

Over the past three months, we have been working on a modern bookmarks and tabs manager. Our browser extension is here to help you be more organized, and get things done faster when using a browser. You can save links for later, or full sessions to open in one click.

First of all, thank you for being interested in what we are building! As a company, Qlearly is focused around increasing your productivity online. We want to make it easier for you to access the information you need, when you need it. From accessing or searching through your bookmarks, managing your tabs, to creating a To Do list.

 

 

 

#7 Drag Pro

 

Transform Gmail into organized To Do lists (like Trello)

Drag Pro superpowers your inbox. It transforms your Gmail into organized To Do lists like Trello, in Gmail. With Drag Pro, you can also organize tasks, sales, marketing, projects and more, all inside your Inbox. It makes the day spent in your inbox sooooo much easier. Mashable, Lifehacker, Google, and over 30,000+ daily active users agree too 🙂

You should try Drag – it’s a shared inbox. It will allow you to share boards, in Kanban, still in Gmail 🙂

Everything Inbox all from inside Gmail

Hey Marco, Drag is NOT the best productivity tool for managers. But is the best to organize your emails when in comes to product manager tasks. Check it out, it’s a super-useful tool that works well with some in this list!

Setting meetings, checking new promos, receiving reminders, talking business and amenities… Nowadays we all seem to have tons of responsibilities in our hands. And most of them come as messages straight into our inboxes. The result? Well, if you’re not organized enough: chaos. And let’s be honest, it’s not that hard to get messy, just for The Muse Are Gmail and Chrome your go-to tools? If you responded with an enthusiastic “yes,” then I’m about to make your life a whole lot easier. I’ve scrounged up some of the best Chrome extensions to make getting through email easier, faster, and even more fun!

Kanban, a popular project management method, is one of the best ways to get a bird’s-eye view of all your tasks and notes. With cards laid out visually in lists on a board, you can organize every detail of a project (or multiple projects) in an intuitive, drag-and-drop workflow…

 



 

#8 Zenkit

 

The project management tool that grows with you

Zenkit is a tool you can use to organize anything: Collaborate with your team, track projects, build databases, or simply manage your personal to-do lists. Zenkit is flexible enough to fit any workflow, and powerful enough to run your business on.

I dont know if it is little known. I recomend it for all PM. Good workspace. Easy to use.

I would recommend you Zenkit, a collaborative Projectmanagement Tool. We invented a flexible workspace you can use to organize anything. Zenkit allows you to manage your data in any way you need to, with different views and filter. We recently had an update with new views and filters.

You may find Zenkit helpful. It´s a SaaS for project management but because of its flexibility, you can create with it everything you need to manage your business. Kanban, Table, Calendar, List or Mind Map – switch easily between the views.

Recommendations: 

Regardless which productivity system or method you prefer, Zenkit is an all-in-one webapp that can help you manage your big projects and activities using the system that works for you. It’s free (for now, it’s in beta), but it looks good-minimal and distraction-free, but powerful under the hood.

Trello may have met its master. With Zenkit, you can seamlessly move between To-Do list, calendar, and Trello’s signature Kanban board. Every team member can work with the view they like best.

For a while now, Trello has been my project management tool of choice. For those who haven’t used it, Trello lets you break down tasks and projects into manageable deliverables, which are then organized and prioritized on a Kanban Board.

 



 

#9 Templates by Slite

 

A collection of work templates made just for your team

A collection of note templates for teams to work more efficiently: from writing up processes, keeping track of meetings to preparing their next Product Hunt launch.

You can clone them directly into your Slite organization or just get inspired by them!

A simple, visual way to track your team’s work

I’ve spent a lot of time messing around with different project mgmt software (as I’m sure many people have). I have two takeaways from my own search: 1. I liked Asana the best. It has great ability to scale with the level of depth you need if you are a subscriber and have access to their “Custom Fields” feature.

Simplicity is key.

In Asana’s latest design, you get a kanban board with a lot of character. As you drag and drop cards from one column to another, a little creature pops out of the gap left by that card. It makes you feel good about making progress!

 

 

 

#10 Infinity

 

Organize everything in one place.

Infinity is a completely customizable work management platform that allows you to organize everything in one place.

A year ago we launched Infinity. We entered a “red ocean” – the project management software niche – a crowded market, against all odds, and almost without anything proprietary, patentable, or particularly unique. But one thing we do have is a unique passion for an underserved subset of the market.



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