Trello with focus.
Trello is amazing, but full Boards are overwhelming...
TrelloX solves this problem, giving you clarity and focus.
Visually tag people in card titles using @mention.
Make time labels with !09:30 (or use these for something else!)
Tightly integrated, just feels like native Trello.
Break lists into phases or milestones.
Visually show cards as subtasks (or Next Actions in GTD).
Show just what you're working on... Hide everything else.
Visually categorise cards using #tags.
Almost no extra CPU/battery usage.
Visually split lists into logical groups.
Hide subtasks (new in 1.1)
Reduce visual clutter by hiding all subtask/Next Action cards.
New labels reduce clutter improving scanability.
Use line-breaks for more flexible card titles.
Gracefully degrades on mobile Trello.
Tell teammates what #number card you're referring to.
For all uses, see How to Use
TrelloX follows four principles:
TrelloX should feel like native Trello—lightweight, elegant, no CPU, no battery drain.
It should reduce visual clutter, using good design, to reveal what's really important.
Like Trello, it shouldn't dictate how you use it. New features should improve workflow, not increase complexity.
TrelloX should be readable on mobile Trello, and it should be easy to use TrelloX commands on mobile.
TrelloX is open source, safe, and freeee :)