Trello & 5 mins – for effective Day Management

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Trello & 5 mins – for effective Day Management

As you grow in career, we get more work, more tasks and more priorities. I have seen lot of people who rush from task to task, always checking e-mail, organising something, making a call, running an errand, etc.

They says, I don’t find enough time to cope-up with growing task list. And many of the times they forgot important tasks!

Personally, I don’t believe in giving ‘insufficient time excuses’, most of the time it is due to miss management. My thoughts does match which few famous personalities 🙂 Here is nice quote!

“Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Pasteur, Michaelangelo, Mother Teresa, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson, and Albert Einstein.” ― H. Jackson Brown Jr.

Well, I don’t want to talk about time management, there are enough material available on internet to deal with it! I want to focus this article on smaller part, ‘Daily Task Management‘.

Daily Task Management will help you in following regards:

  1. Tasks Visibility
  2. You will not miss any task
  3. Pending task carry-forward to next day
  4. Complete History of Daily Tasks
  5. Time keeping
  6. Task Sharing (if require)


  • Setup Trello Account
  • Setup your board as ‘ToDo’, ‘Priority List’, ‘Tasks for Today’, ‘Done’



Follow this easy steps and you are done!

  1. Add all tasks in ToDo section, Move High Priority tasks to High Priority Section
  2. Create daily card with title as ‘DTs – {Date}’
  3. Add Check List
  4. Add all tasks which you need to accomplish today (review ToDo / Priority sections to decide)
  5. Add all tasks which are not completed on last working day
  6. Periodically check Trello Board, update tasks once completed!
  7. Thats It!!

This only takes 5 mins but makes you lot more efficient, so why dont you try yourself?

Do let me know your thoughts by posting comments 🙂



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