Trello, a tool for organizing tasks in the middle of the workday, at the workplace and elsewhere, is broken.
The company acknowledged that users may find the site and app to be slow, or they may refuse to work at all. Some reported seeing a completely blank screen.
“Our engineering team is actively investigating this incident and working to get Trello back as soon as possible,” Trello said.
“Users affected by this phenomenon may notice that Trello is slow or completely unavailable in both the web and mobile apps.”
Trello allows users to create “boards” on which tasks can be combined as cards. Those cards can then be edited, shared, as well as being a home for information, meaning tasks can be tracked and monitored as teams work on them. Is.
As such, it’s a popular way for workplaces to monitor certain tasks and get updates on how they’re progressing.
But some people have also found its use in their personal or social life, using it to organize everything from household chores to their social life.
Trello posted this saying it was aware of the issue at 9.14 a.m. local eastern time, or 2.14 a.m. in the UK.
It said it was working to bring the service back online and would provide updates as it did.
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