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New York City-based collaboration tool major Trello, being used by millions across the world, has added new ways to organise travel by offering a legitimate platform for collaborative itinerary-building.
Trello's boards, lists and cards enable people to organise and prioritise their plans in a fun and rewarding way, says the website. "Whether it's for work, a side project or even the next family vacation, Trello helps your team stay organised," it said.
To boost its services further, the company, in recent weeks, has released new features in partnership with popular airfare booking engine -- Skyscanner, Google Maps and Apple Maps.
By using Skyscanner's travel application programming interface (API), people can see best travel deals based on criteria like destination and cheapest or most popular day or month.
It will also let users compare prices to multiple destinations and understand what average prices are, to know when they've found a good deal.
The user requires to create a card for anything that needs to be completed and each individual card can contain written lists as well as descriptions. They can also create boards for each step in the completion process: to be completed, in process, and completed.
The boards can be organised in whichever way it suits the user and move cards to their appropriate board depending on what steps have been completed.
Trello has also launched an automation feature called Butler, which integrates directly into the user's Trello account and adds all sorts of automation-oriented powers into their organisational setup.
A web-based list-making application, originally made by Fog Creek Software in 2011, Trello was spun out to form the basis of a separate company in 2014 and later sold to Atlassian in January 2017.
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