Using Trello, Zack demonstrates his system for organizing client and collaborator notes into checklists. No matter how many different types of sources or formats you receive your notes in (paper, emails, text messages, in person), this system allows you to track every change and revision with ease so you never miss (or forget) another note again.
- [Instructor] In a previous lesson,…I introduced you to my favorite tool…on the planet Trello.…And in case you missed it,…I also have a full course available…for building your entire post production workflow in Trello.…But for now, if you're just interested…in how I organize my notes and revisions…using Trello checklists, then you're in the right place.…Inevitably, is an editor,…you're going to get notes from 35 different sources.…And every method of delivery will be different.…Some via email, others via text,…some are going to be given to you in the room verbally,…and some via Excel spreadsheets.…
And for the love of god,…stop sending notes via spreadsheets.…Wouldn't it be nice,…to just gather everything in one single place?…Well after years of banging my head against the wall,…Trello finally solved this problem for me.…So we're here, back at the Main Board template…that I built in a previous lesson.…And I'm going to show you how I track…all of my notes in one place…to ensure that number one, I never miss any notes.…
- File management
- Time blocking
- Cleaning up your email inbox
- Organizing and prioritizing notifications
- Selecting apps to help you with task and time management
- Filtering email messages and paperwork
Skill Level Appropriate for all
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