top of page

Main differences between Trello Free and Business Class - Trello 2021

Hi all, in today's video we are going to be discussing the main differences between Trello's Free and Business class versions.

Free Version includes:

  • One Power-Up enabled per board at a time.

  • 50 command runs per month on Butler Automation

  • JSON Board exports only.

  • Free Teams are limited to 10 open boards at any time.

Business Class Includes:

  • Unlimited Team Boards — Open as many team boards as your team likes, there are no limits.

  • Unlimited Power-Ups — Integrate applications and features you use on a daily basis right into your Trello boards, as many as you want

  • Advanced Checklists — Assign members and due dates to individual checklist items, or to entire cards

  • Views — Take advantage of views to get a different perspective on your tasks. Use Timeline, Calendar, Dashboard, Maps or Table Views to get the best overview of what needs to be done.

  • Priority Support — Customers with Business Class get priority email support, meaning we’ll make sure your questions get answered within one business day, guaranteed.

  • Admin controls — Team admins can see public and private boards in their team, and control who can create boards in the team.

  • Collections — Board Collections give you the ability to create groups of boards for your team.

  • Bulk-add members through Google Apps - Connect your business domain to Trello, and manage members all at once.

  • Domain-restricted invites - Don’t want team members from outside of your company domain? You can restrict invites to only go to addresses at your domain.

  • Deactivate members - Employees who leave the company can have their account deactivated in your team, without removing their work or history. Helpful when transitioning a new person into the role.

  • Create outside observers - Business Class teams can have board observers, who can see board content, but not edit it.

  • Bulk data export - Export your team's data all at once, in JSON or CSV. Helpful for easy backups.

A full detailed breakdown of the differences can be seen here


bottom of page