How To Create A Team On Trello

In Trello, you can sub-categorize your work in the form of cards. With that, you can also move each and every card under different lists, which is really helpful in tracking their performance. But other than that, what’s really impressive is that you can create different teams on Trello. Moreover, you can add members to your team and manage up to 10 boards under that team. However, if you have the business or enterprise plan, then you can manage unlimited boards under a team.

It’s a really common mistake to think that adding new members to a board and creating a team is one and the same thing, but that isn’t the case. And in this article, we are going to clear up that confusion, while providing you with a step by step process to create a team on Trello.

Guest Vs Team Member

The first thing that is really important to understand is the difference between a Team Member and a guest, who is a non-team member. Because a guest and a team member have different permissions to boards, with a team member having more access than a guest.

Guest

So, a guest is someone who is a member of a board but not a member of the team under which that board is created. And a guest is only limited to having access to the team board they are a member of. Moreover, a guest can further fall into two categories.

  • First is Single-Board Guest, who is only a member of a single Team Board.
  • And the second is Multi-Board guest, who is a member of more than one Team Boards.

Team Member

As the title suggests, a team member is someone who is part of a team. Unlike guests, a team member can join a board without even being invited to join; provided you’re a member of the team under which that particular board is created. And even if you don’t join the team board, you can still view and edit the board without joining.

Steps To Create A Team On Trello

Note: As of now it’s not possible to create teams using Trello Android or iOS app. That said, you can visit the Trello website on any of your device’s browser and follow the steps below.

  1. First, Log In on Trello and you’ll automatically get to your Boards section.
  2. Click the + icon on the header, which is to the left of your profile icon.going to the boards section on Trello
  3. After clicking on it, you’ll see options to create a board, create a team and create a business team. Choose the “Create Team” option.Click on Create Team
  4. Now for the last step, give a Name and Description(optional) for your new team and click on “Create.”create team on trello

Add Members To A Team

After you’ve made a team, you can go on and add members to the team by following these simple steps.

(Note: You need to be on your team page to do this, so if you’re already not on it, then you can go there by clicking on your Avatar>Profile and then clicking on your team’s name under “Teams.”)

  1. Presuming that you’re now on your team page, click on the “Members” tab.add members to team on Trello
  2. Now, type the Emails or names of the people you want to add to the team.
  3. After adding the names, click on “Invite to Team.” (Do note that people who are not already on Trello, will have to Sign Up before they can join your team.)Click on invite to team

Change Permission Of Team Members

The added team members will have “Normal Permissions” by default. But you can easily change their permissions by following these steps.

  1. Go to your Team Page and click on “Members Tab.”
  2. Now you’ll see permissions of each and every member right in front of their profile icon.changing permissions
  3. Click on their permissions and you’ll be able to change their permission settings to “Admin.”choosing admin permissions for team member

(Note: You can also remove a member from the team, provided you have the “Admin” Permission for yourself. You can do that by clicking on the “Remove” option, which is exactly on the right side of Permissions of each and every member.)

Conclusion

Creating a team is really helpful when you want to maintain a group of people in the same place. It is especially helpful if you want those members to join a number of boards by themselves, thus saving you from the need of sending them invitations again and again. And by providing you with step by step process we tried our best to make it easy for you to create your dream team on Trello.

Shivam Gulati
Shivam is a blogger who is always fascinated with the technology and the amount of knowledge he can gather from the internet. He is trying to nerdify everyone around him with that same knowledge, through his writings.

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