Using Trello to Track and Manage your Reading

Getting to your 100 books read or more mark

Update: I’ve created a basic template after a suggestion from a reader. 
Link: http://bit.ly/trelloRead
How to import: Click on Menu within Sidebar > Click on Coby Board.. > Enter in the Board Title and Organization
Note: You can select to keep the sample cards or remove them. Remember to update the board visibility as it is public by default.
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  • Up Next
  • Multiple Lists for Reading Categories
  • Review
  • Notes
  • Finished

Potential Reads & Themes

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  • Color 2: Summarized / Main Point of Chapter
  • Color 3: Very Important to Me
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Extras

This section contains extra uses for trello you can implement.

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  • Blog Reference: Potential to be used as a reference in a future blog post or paper
  • Backlog: A book that has postponed due to new priority to be continued later; can be moved back to Up Next list
  • Stopped Reading: A book that you have ceased reading due to poor quality, complete lack of relevance or extreme levels of disengagement.
  • Fiction: Fiction Category
  • Non-Fiction: Non-Fiction Category
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