Trello is another well-known project management brand. They’re known for their simplistic cards and to-do lists for projects. They offer a free starter plan, and two paid plans.

OneDesk offers a robust project management solution in comparison to Trello; you can compare features below. In addition, OneDesk offers help desk as well with live customer chat, the ability to turn tickets into tasks, automate which tickets are assigned to who, and more.

 OneDeskTrello
Price (users)$6.50-$11 per user/month$0-17.50 per user/month
Dashboards/Personal BoardsUnlimitedUnlimited
File attachments350mb per file attachment10mb-250mb per file attachment
Customizable (colours, logos, etc)Feature includedFeature included
ViewsFeature includedFeature included
CalendarsFeature includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
Custom FieldsFeature includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
AutomationFeature includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
ReportingFeature includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
VotingFeature not includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
List limitsFeature not includedFeature included Included at 'Business Class' and higher
Email notificationsFeature includedFeature included
Two factor authenticationFeature not includedFeature included
Task timersFeature includedFeature not included
Live chatFeature includedFeature not included
Gantt chartsFeature includedFeature not included
FormsFeature includedFeature not included
99.9% Uptime SLAFeature includedFeature not included
Real-time team chatFeature includedFeature not included
TicketingFeature includedFeature not included
Transform tickets to tasksFeature includedFeature not included
Customer portalFeature includedFeature not included
Knowledge baseFeature includedFeature not included
TimesheetsFeature includedFeature not included
Advanced search & reportingFeature includedFeature not included
Task DependenciesFeature includedFeature not included
A comparison of features between Trello and OneDesk