As of right now, you can connect Asana, JIRA, Wrike, or GitHub with Trello and sync lists, statuses, issues, cards, filters, attachments, comments, and more! Get more work done and collaborate more easily by adding Trello into the mix.

Trello, which was recently acquired by Atlassian, is a great tool for visualizing almost any kind of workflow with columns, rich text & media cards, and a great drag & drop UI.

So what can you use Trello for? Well, aside from using it directly to manage your workflow, there are several fantastic uses you can make of Trello when you integrate it with another tool:

These are just a few of the possible powerful uses you can unlock with Trello + another app. We’ll be writing up some more in the next few weeks, but have you thought of anything clever to do with Trello and another app? Let us know and we’ll share it with everyone. 🙂

More connections

We’ve gone beyond just adding Trello, though. Now you can connect any possible pairing of apps, and even choose a new or an existing project to sync when you create a new sync. This comes with a slight change in our UI, so check it the release’s new sync feature out below:

Finally, check out our quick overview screencast to see how we’ve unlocked all our app connections so you can sync what you want with existing and new projects:

It’s gonna be a fantastic 2017, and we hope you get great use out of these new features and all the new ones that we’re developing and launching in the months to come. As always, if you have any questions, please just drop us a line @unitoio or email us at [email protected].

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