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Cool Things You Can Do With Trello How to Use It and Why You Should Check It Out - Tech Marks The Spot

All of us have to plan and organize things. Whether you are a content creator, in sales, a writer, manage employees, or are just planning a vacation or have a favorite collection, Trello can help you keep track of it all. Read on to find out what Trello is and what it can do for you.

What is Trello? In the 1940's Toyota invented the Kanban system to get things done. What is that? It is a board with items organized into lists, all done visually. There are three basic elements:


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A Kanban board can actually encapsulate a whole project. The possibilities of how to apply this system to your work or life are endless. Here is what a board might look like.


Trello is an extremely visible and flexible Kanban system. It was created by Fog Creek Software in 2011. At its core it is simply an application to make lists. You can look at it like a collection of sticky notes, or better yet, a board of lists that are made up of cards in which you can place almost anything.

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How to Send and Receive Email From Different Accounts Using Gmail - Tech Marks The Spot

Do you have more than one email address? Do you have a Gmail account? It can be a pain to have to log in to multiple email accounts just to keep up with the communications that are important to you. There is a solution to make checking your various email accounts a lot more convenient. You can check them all from within Gmail. In this post I am going to tell you a little more about Gmail, how to send and receive email from different accounts from within Gmail, and how to set up a professional looking email address with your own domain name at a low cost.

Introduction to Gmail Before getting into how to use Gmail to send and receive email from other accounts let's take a closer look at Gmail itself. Here is more information about it's history, popularity, and features.

History of Gmail According to Wikipedia:

The public history of Gmail dates back to 2004. Gmail, a free, advertising-supported webmail service with support for Email clients, is a product from Google. Over its hi…