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TeamGantt vs. Trello

TeamGantt integrates nicely with Trello so you can easily use both!

Comparing
TeamGantt and Trello

Which project management tool is best for you depends on your needs. A common complaint of Trello is that it can get messy and cluttered with bigger projects and teams. 

TeamGantt was custom-built to make managing large projects easy. With TeamGantt, you can even keep track of multiple projects across your portfolio and see how far ahead or behind schedule each project is running. 

Key differences between
TeamGantt and Trello

TeamGantt
Trello
Free Plan
Drag & Drop Editing
Project Timelines / Gantt Charts
Progress Reports
Workloads
My Tasks View
Calendar View
Dependencies
Milestones
Time Tracking
Easy Team Communication
Paid Plan
$9.95 per user
$12.50 per user

Integrating Trello with TeamGantt

If you currently use Trello, you can easily import your Trello tasks into TeamGantt. TeamGantt’s custom integration with Trello lets you schedule and view your Trello tasks in an easy-to-read project timeline, create dependencies between tasks, and view workloads of team members without ever leaving your Trello board. Simply activate the TeamGantt Power-Up inside your Trello account.

Learn more about TeamGantt's integration with Trello.

TeamGantt as a Trello alternative

TeamGantt is better at managing projects of all sizes, especially larger projects and teams. TeamGantt makes it easy for you to spot delays before they become an issue, balance your team’s workload, and communicate and collaborate with your team.

TeamGantt is the perfect stand-alone alternative to Trello if you want to:

  • Streamline project communication and collaboration
  • Share and store files and documents
  • Track project history
  • Avoid overworking or burning out your team
  • Receive automatic project updates
  • Customize the way you see tasks (calendar, list, gantt chart, My Tasks views)
  • Access easy-to-read reports

TeamGantt has calendar and list views too

Trello limits you on how you can view your work. TeamGantt lets you easily choose to see tasks in a calendar or list view. No integrations or power ups needed.

TeamGantt vs. Trello's mobile app

If you use Trello's mobile app, you'll feel right at home using the TeamGantt app. It's available on both iOS and Android, letting you see projects and collaborate with your team right from your phone.

Features at a glance

Drag & Drop Simplicity

Change start and end dates, reorder tasks, and adjust your timelines in a single click.

See all projects in one screen

Choose to see all your projects in a single gantt chart.

Workloads & team availability

Ensure everyone is working but not overloaded with an easy-to-access availability tab.

Easy collaboration

See every project update and quickly share them with internal and external stakeholders.

Portfolio views and reports

See the status of all your projects in a single click. Quickly see which tasks are falling behind.

Calendar and list views

Choose to see tasks in a calendar view or list format.

Project plan templates

Save time by creating reusable templates for you and your team.

Project history

Quickly sort through past updates and comments in your project tasks.

Project dependencies

Set the order in which tasks should be completed.

Real-time progress

View a project’s status without scheduling a meeting or sending another email.

File storage

Upload files and documents to any project or to an individual task.

Print timeline PDFs

Print a beautiful PDF of your project timeline to take into meetings.

Mobile-friendly

Update progress and add comments from your phone or tablet.

Time tracking

Track hours spent on tasks and projects.

Subgroups & tasks

Create as many sub groups and nest tasks as deep as you desire.

Works on Mac & PC

TeamGantt looks and works the same on every machine.

Embed timelines

Embed attractive project timelines on to any page of your website.

Import spreadsheets

Use Excel spreadsheets? Import existing project timelines as a CSV.

Filters

Cut out the clutter of large projects by using filters to view only the tasks you want to see.

Sticky notes

Make sure important updates are seen by using a sticky note on projects and tasks.

Planned vs. Actual timelines

Compare original timeline projections with actual timeline of the project with a baseline report.