Trello has added a variety of new security and admin features to help large organizations manage the task management app across multiple teams, including new privacy settings to prevent users from sharing sensitive information on public boards.
The update to Trello Enterprise is the biggest since the launch of the service in 2015, said founder Michael Pryor, and follows growing demand for the app among large businesses.
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While some people use the app for personal purposes, Pryor said around 70% of customers use Trello for work. There are now 35 million registered Trello users, and 1 million teams – an indication of how many are using the app for collaborative purposes.
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