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Thread: Developers, could you please start planning out updates on Trello?

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    Developers, could you please start planning out updates on Trello?

    Trello is a really good planning tool for developers. It helps you figure out what needs doing, what is already done etc. There's a nice tour of it here.

    The reason I'd like this is so people don't request the same things over and over again that are already planning to be implemented. You can create a list of things you are currently working on, planned upcoming features, upload images. Then of course people can up-vote the ones they like on there or they can post what they think about it on the forum, so time isn't wasted developing features no-one wants.

    It makes the updating process much more smooth, as you have everything infront of you and you'll never have to ask "who's doing what?". You can also post secret trellos, but I'd prefer it if you kept it public.

    Please think about it.
    - Mark

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    Developers, could you please start planning out updates on Trello?

    Dunno how big of a hassle it would be to the developers but bug/feature trackers are always nice.

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    Developers, could you please start planning out updates on Trello?

    As a user I think they are doing a pretty good job with this, in each update they post known issues that seem to be affecting the community as a whole along with what they are working on as far as features that they feel are important to note and have always provided feedback in the tech support forum for any problems that have only focused on a smaller userbase.

    As a moderator there hasnt been that many repeat topics that have had to be merged into another post that is already present, and if it has been a rehash its been in a way that expresses another way to do that end goal with merits of it being its own idea and not a repeat of another users post.

    As a tester and past QA member; trello, google code, and other coding dashboards are a great tool and its really helpful for those who need to manage things that are easy to forget about and allow a level of order if needed to get your ducks in a row, but to address your two main issues of users posting repeated things and devs providing insight into what is being actively worked on, this should be apparent that they are not a problem in light of the updates we get and the current post that are on the forum.

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