You’ve probably been working with Trello for a while and you feel like it’s about time to find a better alternative? Or you’re just browsing to see if there’s a software that can help you organize your overloaded tasks better.
Well, let’s get it straight, there’s no perfect project management software. But if you’re looking for something more straightforward yet still powerful to keep up with your dynamic workflow and reduce your headaches when it comes to organizing your work life, you’ve come to the right place.
Quire isn’t just an alternative solution to Trello, we’re so much more than that. We’re here to help you walk your dream home, from gathering ideas, planning a project, executing tasks to tracking the progress then ultimately achieving your goals.
With our approach, project management has never been easier and more streamlined. So no matter why you want to leave Trello and move on with Quire, just know that we got you covered. Your projects are in good hands now.
Why Quire is the best alternative to Trello?
Nested task list:
Our task list is the cool one, meaning we’re not a conventional flat to-do list
as many other alternatives offer, we give you a list with the contexts associated with each task. Our hierarchical task list has unlimited tasks and subtasks that help you break down big ideas into smaller and doable tasks.
Kanban board: As you’re already familiar with, Kanban board helps you visualize your workflow. Combining with the nested task list, Quire lets you focus on your work and continuously improve the process. Now you can view your short-term work at a glance and keep everyone from your team on the same page.
Timeline: A simple Gantt chart with powerful visuals that helps to map out team schedules in the most intuitive way. For one task list, you can switch between Tree view, Board view and Timeline view easily.
Streamline your workflow:
The sky’s the limit as long as you break your challenging goal into attainable tasks and achieve them one-by-one. Quire task list with the hierarchical structure allows you to brainstorm and plan ahead for your projects. On the other hand, Quire Kanban board is for execution and progress tracking. The best thing with Quire is, you can switch
between nested task list and Kanban board at any time to get the best of both worlds.
Simple and elegant user interface: The intuitive user experience is the dealbreaker for many users to migrate their work from Trello to Quire. Our team spends years of effort to strive for a delicate balance between Quire’s simplicity and the powerful features. We’re here to simplify your workload, not to create a software that wastes your time on the learning process.
Flexible permission control:
You are able to create external team
to only work on the tasks that are assigned to them. External team cannot see or access other tasks in the same project. Also, Quire enables you to share links with your clients
to view a private project or a task without them signing up for a Quire account.
There are a lot more features that are waiting to be explored, such as: Multiple assignees, Siri activation, Smart Folder, Zoom In, Slack Integration, etc. So are you interested enough to have an account with Quire?
Easy and Fast Process to Migrate Your Projects from Trello
Change can be uncomfortable, but we’ve made it easy for you! Here’s how we help you upgrade your project management software to Quire!
- Export your data from Trello into a JSON file (save as a JSON file from your web browser).
- Create a new project at Quire.
- Click on the dropdown next to your new project’s name.
- Import from your local JSON file.
Until now, all of your board and cards from Trello will be automatically transferred to Kanban Board in Quire. The tags, descriptions and comments will also be transferred into the appropriate sections. Also, if you want to work with your project in a nested task list view mode, you can switch to tasks view. All of your tasks have been successfully transferred there.
If you still have any question or concern, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org