Collaborating with Developers? Here’s Why You Should Build A Growth Marketing Team

Most of the time, a company’s website is owned by both the marketing and development teams. Marketing creates the content and design, while the dev team owns the coding. However this this joint ownership often results in divergent priorities, inefficient communication, and issues in cross-team collaboration. The developers may plan their sprints separately, and marketing’s […]

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Getting Started With Trello: Master Project Organization

Welcome to the world of Trello! This post is a no-frills quick guide to setting up and using the handy tool to maximize project organization In this particular guide, we’ll be focusing on managing a work project involving a small team. Trello’s features and functionalities let you do a lot more than just that, but […]

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How to Manage Project Deliverables by Watching Deleted Tasks in Asana

If you’re managing a team, you’re likely accountable for the multitude of project deliverables and tasks assigned to your employees. This means you’ll need to know if they delete any of their tasks without completing them, and why. Is it because they don’t have time to finish them? Are they overwhelmed? Or did they delete […]

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Trello is ready for enterprise & large teams with new custom fields + Unito

Trello’s new custom fields API brings the kind of power & flexibility that large teams need, especially when Trello & Unito work together. Now you can take the custom fields that any Trello powerup creates, and sync them to another tool, or sync any fields from other tools to Trello. This creates powerful new workflows […]

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Workflowy vs Dynalist for Building To-Do Lists

When you’re managing several solo projects at the same time, it can seem your like life is one long To-Do list. Each project has a list, each meeting has a list; there are lists of things that need to be done, there are lists of lists. A great solution to managing all these is using […]

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