In the Trello Project Management System For Remodelers, each project is an Organization in Trello. This allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your projects. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project). In this video you’ll discover how to use the Post-Project Phase board of the Trello Project Management System For Remodelers.In the previous Trello article, you discovered how to use the Wrap-Up Phase board.  Each project will have 6 boards in it:

  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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In the Trello Project Management System For Remodelers, each project is an Organization in Trello. This allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your projects. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project). In this video you’ll discover how to use the Wrap-up  Phase board of the Trello Project Management System For Remodelers. In the previous Trello article, you discovered how to use the Trim-out Phase, organizing, scheduling, and completing all the items in the trim-out phase of the project.  Each project will have 6 boards in it:

  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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Before you begin, click here to set up your own free Trello account. In the Trello Project Management System For Remodelers, each project is an Organization in Trello. This allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your projects. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project). In this video you’ll discover how to use the Trim-Out Phase board of the Trello Project Management System. In the previous Trello article, you discovered how to use the Rough-in Phase board. 

Each project will have 6 boards in it:
  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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Before you begin, click here to set up your own free Trello account.

In the Trello Project Management System, each project is an Organization in Trello. This allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your projects. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project).

In this video you’ll discover how to use the Rough-in Phase board of the Trello Project Management System.

In the previous Trello article, you discovered how to use the Hand-off to Production board, gathering all the contracts, plans, permits, and products that need to be ordered and scheduled. 

Each project will have 6 boards in it:

  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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Before you begin, click here to set up your own free Trello account.

In this video you’ll discover how to use the Hand-off to Production Phase board of the Trello Project Management System.

In the previous Trello article, you discovered how to use the Design Phase board, adding the contact information, going over checklists to make design process easy for you, and enjoyable for the client. The Product Selection list contains all of the products that the client chose, including the vendor’s contact info.

Creating an organization for each project allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your project. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project).

Each project will have 6 boards in it:

  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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Before you begin, click here to set up your own free Trello account.

In this video you’ll discover how to use the Design Phase board of the Trello Project Management System.

In the previous Trello article, you discovered how making each project an Organization in Trello, simplified setting up Trello to manage your projects.

This method allows you to compartmentalize the information you need to manage your project. I’ll be showing you how to use each of the typical boards within the Organization (henceforth called project).

Each project will have 6 boards in it:

  1. Design Phase
  2. Hand-off to Production
  3. Rough-in Phase
  4. Trim-out Phase
  5. Wrap-up Phase
  6. Post-Project Phase

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In the previous Trello articles, I showed you how to set up your company as an Organization and make projects into Boards – that is, all the information for that project was contained in a single Board.

If you tried this, you probably realized that a sizable project was very difficult to manage in this manner.

In this video, I’m going to show you how to manage your projects by making each individual project its own Organization, e.g., the Mansion Bathroom Project would be the name of the Organization rather than the name of a board residing in your company Organization. [click to continue…]

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In this lesson I’ll go over the key elements and uses for Cards. As you may remember, Lists are made up of a series of Cards, which are basically assignments, tasks, or calls to action. On the front of each card there may be small icons below the title of the Card indicating certain information contained on the back side of the card. I’m going to go over each one, and show you how useful a single card can be. Cards can contain a single item, or have a score of items attached to them.

So let’s get started. To start we will look at a single card called Draw as-built and add items to the back side of the card.

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On Part 2 of the Trello Series, I’m going to show you how to set up a personal to-do Board. (Free Members of ScientificRemodelingSystem.com can copy this board at ScientificRemodelingSystem.com>Downloads>Forms & Contracts>Trello for Free Members.) This is no ordinary to-do list. It’s going to help you track daily tasks, someday tasks, your big goals, and what you’ve completed. Let’s dive in.

This is a Board called My Tasks

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It has some default Lists – To Do, Doing, and Done. Let’s start to personalize this so that it works optimally for you.

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Before you begin, click here to set up your own free Trello account. One of my passions is finding new and better ways to manage projects. I’ve told you about Teamwork Project Manager and Basecamp. Now I’ll show you another program called Trello. Everyone likes to manage projects in different ways. No one program can satisfy everyone’s preferences. That’s why I’d like to introduce you to Trello. Trello is an easy way to keep track of your projects and collaborate with your team. The interface is beautiful and simple. You just have to get your head around the basic structure. Once you’ve achieved that, you can customize it to your heart’s content. I reminds me of Evernote in a way. You start with a blank slate, and create whatever you want, and have it function the way you want. [click to continue…]

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