Instant visual dashboards for Trello
See the current status of your boards as well as longer term trends in a visual dashboard embedded within the Trello user interface. Explore and click-through to see individual tasks behind the numbers. Use with any of your devices or rotate on the office TV.
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WHO'S WORKING ON WHAT?
See what others are working on and what has been resolved recently. Learn more
HOW IS YOUR SPRINT PROGRESSING?
Track your sprint progress with a burndown chart for Trello. Learn more
Track metrics across multiple Trello boards
Sometimes it can be hard to stay track of your work if your tasks are scattered over multiple boards. Worry no more, our data aggregation feature allows you to track metrics across multiple Trello boards at once.
Learn more about Aggregate reports
Create custom charts
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE CUSTOM CHART
Share status with weekly digest
GET automated STATUS REPORTS to your email and to Slack!
Set up on a big screen at your office
LEARN MORE ABOUT THE TV MODE
Don't just take our word for it
"Screenful was best in every category. It beautifully and simply highlights key agile metrics for our whole in-office team and any visiting stakeholders"
"Using visual boards without metrics misses the whole point of improving performance. Screenful is a must have tool for my personal Kanban"
"Screenful allows me to easily identify where I am spending time so that I can ensure I'm working on the right things. The weekly email is a great summary delivered right to my phone"
"Screenful is a wonderful visualization tool that I use to illustrate to organizations why they should relentlessly focus on reducing lead time & cycle time, understand cumulative flow and decompose work"
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Do I need a paid version of Trello in order to use Screenful?
Screenful has it's own pricing plan, separate from Trello. You don't need a paid version of Trello in order to use Trello.
What’s the difference between Screenful Power-Up and the Screenful SaaS service?
Both have the same features except that with the Power-up, you can embed Screenful within your Trello UI. If you don't have Power-ups left in your Trello plan, you can always use Screenful just like any other web app.
How is the lead/cycle/reaction time calculated?
Why I can’t see my Trello board when trying to create a new dashboard?
You have to join the Trello board first, then you’ll be able to select it.
Can I do sprints with Trello?
Yes you can do agile and Scrum with Trello with our Trello extension. Read more about our Burndown chart for Trello.
Do I need to move all of the completed tasks out of the list before I start a new sprint?
No. Tasks that were already completed before the new sprint is started will not be counted in for the new sprint.
Do you support work estimates in your burndown chart?
Yes. An estimate can be associated with a task by inserting a number in the parenthesis as a prefix to the task name. Lean more about how to set estimates in your tasks in Trello.
How does the milestone burnup chart work?
The milestone burnup chart takes all the cards that are in lists that are mapped either to "open" or "in progress", and assumes that to be your backlog. Then it checks your team's velocity and calculates a forecast date when your backlog should be empty if no new tasks are added. Follow these steps to set up the milestone burnup chart, or learn more from the Milestone Burnup FAQ.
I have several milestones in my board, is it possible to track all of them at once?
For that you would need to create separate Screenful dashboards with slightly different workflow mapping so that each dashboard has the lists relevant for that specific milestone mapped.
How do you decide the order of tasks in the Team Status? Is there a way to specify priority in Trello?
A card's priority is determined by its location on a list. The card at the top of the list has the highest priority. The Team Status screen shows tasks in that order.
Trello Power-Up doesn't seem to work on my browser. What can I do?
Make sure you're using the Power-Up with a browser that is among the supported ones:
- Firefox 9+
- Chrome 16+
- Safari 5+
How do you decide when a card is "done"?
Card is done when it's moved to any of the lists that are mapped to "done" in the workflow mapping. You can freely select the Trello lists that represent "done" in your workflow.
What if I archive a card?
Once a card is moved to a list that is mapped to "done", it is recorded as a data point that is used e.g. for calculating cycle times. Archiving a card doesn't affect its metrics collected before it was archived.
Is there a way to consolidate data from multiple Trello boards on one screenful dashboard?
Do you have suggestions for how I should construct my Trello board?
See the guide for creating your Trello workflow in our Getting Started Guide.
How do I view these screens in my mobile/tablet?
Input https://app.screenful.com into your phone browser, and once the page is loaded, save the page as a shortcut icon into your home screen by selecting "Add to home screen". Next time you can launch it quickly by tapping the icon.
Do you provide desktop clients?
We have native desktop clients available for Windows and Mac.
How often data is updated on my screens?
All screens are updated once an hour. You can trigger update manually by clicking 'Update now' at Settings ► Integrations ► Trello
How do I set this up on a big screen?
Can I mix Screenful dashboards with content of my own when running in TV mode?
Yes, there are 3rd party apps that allow you to schedule and organise different kind of content to your screens. These range from simple browser plugins to digital signage solutions such as ScreenCloud or truDigital.
Can I embed some of these charts into my intranet?
You can embed any individual screen into an iFrame. Learn how to construct an embeddable URL from our online guide.
I can’t find an answer to my question
The Getting Started Guide contains Instructions for setting up your dashboard.
See also our Accounts & Pricing FAQ.
Check out our public roadmap or get in touch by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org