Back in May you may have seen my post about how I use Trello. This is just a quick update to let you know about some additional functionality that I came across.
To give a bit of context, I have been looking for a way to share interesting URLs between the Chrome browser on my Linux box and that on my MacBook. Ideally I’d also like to be able to access these links on my phone. These aren’t pages that I want to keep – the Chrome Bookmarks Manager looks after those – but rather pages that I am thinking of looking at but haven’t gotten round to yet. I have been using ‘OneTab’ on both machines but this doesn’t sync between each. I suppose that I could set up a ‘To Look At’ folder in the Bookmarks Manager, but I’d like to keep the saved bookmarks as only pages that are actually of use.
Enter Trello. Specifically this functionality.
I just needed to set up a new board, and a list on that board and now I can save the URL (with thumbnail in most cases) and come back to it from any platform where I can access Trello (hint: that’s all the ones that I mentioned earlier).
This is sooooo useful! Thanks Trello devs.