Do you ever have clients, stakeholders, or supervisors ask you, “Where are we at with that feature?” or, “Did you see those new requirements I added to the MVP?” We have. Find out why Petco, Invision, Glassdoor, and Nordstrom are all using Hello Epics, a Power-Up for Trello.
The one tool that keeps Substantial’s clients in the know, up-to-date, and happy, all while working towards important milestones, is Hello Epics. This Trello Power-Up allows project teams and decision-makers to organize and manage their most complex Trello projects by creating high-level epics (parent cards) and breaking them down into smaller, digestible pieces of work (child cards). Hello Epics allows project teams and decision-makers to organize and manage their most complex Trello projects by creating high-level epics (parent cards) and breaking them down into smaller, digestible pieces of work (child cards).
Whether you’re building an app or planning a marketing campaign, linking cards allows you to easily create dependencies, see related work, and track overall progress. When checklists aren‘t enough, you can keep your team on the same page by tracking child cards (and Hello Epics quickly converts checklists to child cards if you're already using them!). With progress indicators right on the parent, see how many cards you have left and robust enough to stay organized.
At Substantial, all of our departments and project teams use Hello Epics to track larger initiatives and epics in order to quickly and easily understand where we're at and what's still ahead of us.
In the video below, watch how our events team used Hello Epics to plan and delegate booking travel to an upcoming annual conference called ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education.)