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In some meetings, such as brainstorming, you may want to stick Post-it notes on the whiteboard. It’s hard to digitize the post-it output of the meeting. This article shows you how to integrate Post-it with Trello.
What Is Trello?
Let’s start with a quick introduction to Trello. Trello is a cloud-based task management tool that has grown significantly in recent years.
You can use Trello on your PC or in an app, and it’s intuitive to drag and drop. See below for an introduction to the basics of using Trello.
What makes Trello different from other tasks is its easy integration with external services like Google Chrome. Check out the full post here.
Install Post-it Apps
Here’s how to integrate Post-it notes with Trello.
First, install the Post-it app.
The Post-it app is an official app of 3M, a provider of Post-it, which allows you to easily bring a Post-it online or use it as a memo.
How To Use
When you finish installing Post-it, you can move on to the actual usage. This article introduces the orthodox patterns.
Take a picture of the fringe
Click the “+” button on the home screen of the application and take a picture with the camera. The image capture process is complete in no time because recognizes the blisters through the camera.
When loading is finished, confirmation appears on the screen.
Working with Trello
Click the Share button in the upper right.
Tap “Trello Board”
Tap Create to create the board.
When I actually checked Trello, I was able to confirm that there was a new board!
The hassle of organizing the actual Post-its from scratch seems to be solved! That’s all you need to do to integrate Post-it notes into Trello.