Alternatives to Trello compared for freelancers in 2021
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Trello is a great platform for freelancers to use. But Trello is not the only project management software on the block. Check out these alternatives to Trello. Which one will you choose?
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Todoist is a productivity tool that aims to organize your life and work. Managing life and work from all of your devices including
Use this project management tool for smaller projects and small businesses. Whether it’s a business project or a life event such as a wedding, holiday, or moving home. This is a great project management tool to have that’s low cost.
For a complete picture of their pricing, here’s Todoist’s pricing plan.
For the free plan, you can get
5MB file uploads
5 collaborators per project
Though for the pro plan, you get
100MB file uploads
These plans are in stark contrast to Trello who offers 10 boards, unlimited storage, and unlimited members just in their free plan. So on the face of it, Trello does appear to offer more for your money (even if it’s a free plan).
If you prefer a more visual project management tool then you would work better with Trello. Todoist is somewhat more basic. Creating a list of tasks to do in a more basic manner.
Using Todoist is like writing in a notepad, very plain but keeps you organized.
Though like Trello there is boards. Boards where you can create a board of cards for planning, doing, and done. Then as you complete each stage of a task, you can move the task to the next stage.
But again, Todoist is very plain in their boards. Likewise with the other option of writing your to-do list in a notepad. So Todoist is a good alternative to Trello if you’re not as visual. But just like things more plain and simple.
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Helping women who want to quit the 9 - 5 and build an online business where they can live their life on their terms. After quitting my own full-time job in 2010, I decided to make a change and start earning money freelancing. Using my own experiences, I help women who want to quit their own 9 - 5 and create their own freelance business that fits around their own lives.
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