Use Trello to Keep Track of Tasks
I use Trello to keep both myself and team members on track for the projects that we work on. Since not all of us are in the same office at the same time, it is helpful to see who is working on what, as well as the overall project implementation plan laid out in a graphic format. It also ends up being a great tool to use as a repository of information related to specific projects or project examples.
I like Trello's way of organizing tasks and To-Do lists in a tile layout. Each project has a column and tasks can be placed underneath each project as steps to complete the project. I also really like that multiple users can be active on each board so each team member knows their tasks and due dates. It's a great tool for keeping team members on task and improving productivity.
I don't like that it isn't as prominent in my workspace as it could be. Users have to keep the browser tab open to see what tasks are coming up. Having a small pop-up window or application that could embed in the desktop and send notifications would be more helpful for me.