[Podcast] Ep94 Q&A: Trello, Trello…and we also mention Trello

If you haven’t already heard, I’m a big fan of using Trello. My entire life basically lives in this one program, and if they went out of business I would walk in circles all day long staring at my untied shoes. In this episode my assistant editor Natalie Boschan and I do a deep-dive Q&A into the many features and benefits of using Trello for your Post-Production workflow.

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Topics of Conversation:

  • Turning Trello into your task manager
  • How to use Trello to make your perfect To-Do List
  • Implementing recurring tasks into your cards
  • Creating your “Getting Things Done” board
  • How Zack and Natalie use Trello in their workflows
  • Using task management to eliminate procrastination
  • Building your notes and revisions into a Trello checklist
  • Integrating Google Calendar with Trello
  • How to manage your subscription notifications

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Show Credits:

This episode was edited by Curtis Fritsch, the show notes were prepared by Jakin Rintelman, and this show is executive produced by Kanen Flowers. We are a member of theTHAT STUDIO podcast network.

The music in the opening and closing of the show is courtesy of Dorian Cheah from his brilliant album ARA.

Zack Arnold is an award-winning film & television editor (Burn Notice, Empire, Shooter, Glee), member of the American Cinema Editors, a documentary director (GO FAR: The Christopher Rush Story), and creator of the Optimize Yourself program (formerly ‘Fitness In Post’). He helps ambitious creative professionals like you learn how to more efficiently manage your time, energy, and attention so you can maximize your creative focus and minimize procrastination, depression, and burnout. After all, what’s the point of killing yourself for the sake of your career if you don’t have energy to spare for the most important people in your life?