While Trello isn’t as old as some software solutions like PayPal and Basecamp — having only been around for nine years — it certainly seems like it’s been around forever. With over 50 million users, it’s clear that this task management platform is here to stay.
One of the biggest selling points has always been the fact that Trello is totally free if you’re only looking to use its base features. Of course, premium subscriptions are readily available to those interested in the extra perks that come with them.
For SMBs — or even larger organizations that just want to keep their overhead low — cutting down on costs is paramount to financial wellbeing. In an effort to keep your wallet filled and your team running smoothly, we decided to write this article.
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