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Personal Projects and To-Do List
Learn how to manage all of your personal tasks and projects within a Trello board.
When to use
To understand the different ways that you can manage to-dos within a board.
Trello is an excellent application for managing your personal tasks and projects in addition to collaborating with a team. Within a board, you can create various lists that represent different stages of your own productivity system.
The different lists represented in this Project and To-Do List example include:
Ideas: This is where you can use cards to take notes and include your new ideas.
Projects: This list represents all of your key projects or goals.
Tasks - Today: This list represents all of the tasks that you decided to accomplish today.
Tasks - Future: This list represents all of the tasks that you want to accomplish in the future.
Completed: This list represents the final step in the task list process. To-Dos which have been completed can be moved here for reference.
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