Trello Gold Review

Trello Gold Review | StairStories.com

I recently posted about trying out Trello and was grateful that a couple readers signed up for Trello with my referral link, which gave me a couple free months to try out Trello Gold. According to the informational page for the Gold version, it provides several additional services for users:

  • Attachments up to 250 mb (a standard user can add attachments up to 10 mb)
  • Nine premium backgrounds and the ability to upload other background images
  • Premium stickers to add to cards besides the standard ones and the ability to upload other sticker images
  • The ability to upload an emoji if the hundreds available to standard users are not quite right
After using it for almost a month, it is my opinion that Trello Gold can make the interface more fun and, potentially, more distracting if you find yourself scrolling through the myriad of stickers or changing backgrounds constantly. The features would probably be even more fun for me if I were sharing boards with people, but so far I have been using them only for my personal planning and list making. The feature I have enjoyed most from Trello Gold has been the ability to change the backgrounds from the six standard colors to more interesting images like beautiful nature photos.

I do not plan to keep my Trello Gold subscription after my free months are up, primarily because I cannot justify paying $5 per month solely to have pretty backgrounds. As I use Trello more, though, I will keep the Gold features in mind. I really like the layout and standard features and do plan to continue using it to organize my lesson planning and other projects. Disclaimer: If you use this link to sign up, Trello gives me a free month of Trello Gold.

Do you use Trello or another organizational app? Tell me about it in the comments!
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