I have just been playing with Trello. For me, I have decided it’s a good place to organise my information as I learn Python coding. It’s a bit like Storify and Pinterest rolled into one. You can create different boards and add to them. You can label them, prioritise them in different ways and even collaborate with others on boards if they belong to Trello. You invite them. My Trello is set to Private but there are other options and you choose whether to share or not. It keeps a running list of what you have done which would be helpful if you are busy and trying to keep track of what you are doing. You can archive sections of boards and decide later if you want to delete them. If you check the settings and sidebar you can see there are so many handy options for collaboration and working on aggregating materials and resources. I could be writing my own comments as well.It’s free to join and use but there is a paid business version if you wish to pursue it. You can also run it in different languages.
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