Trello is free to use and is easy to setup. On top of its existing functionalities, I had included a few extension that I found useful for the taskboard.
- Scrum for Trello (Available for Chrome, Safari and Mozilla) – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/scrum-for-trello/jdbcdblgjdpmfninkoogcfpnkjmndgje
- Card Color Titles for Trello (Available for Chrome, Safari and Mozilla) – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/card-color-titles-for-tre/hpmobkglehhleflhaefmfajhbdnjmgim
- Ultimello (Chrome only) – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/ultimello-the-features-pa/hahbfgjfimnmogoinnenhheepfcphnmm
- Next Step for Trello (Chrome only) – https://chrome.google.com/webstore/detail/next-step-for-trello/iajhmklhilkjgabejjemfbhmclgnmamf?hl=en
The above extensions are all available on Chrome, some on Safari and Mozilla. So we might have to use Chrome browser in order to enjoy the extensions.
Scrum for Trello will allows us to capture and display the estimated story points for each card and also the total story points on the list.
Card Color Titles for Trello will allows us to see the label text on the card when it’s on the list.
Ultimello has a tons load of features. For now we are using it to help show the number of cards on the list.
Next Step for Trello allows us to view the checklist in the card when it is on the list.