- a seriously awesome cli for Trello

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This is a command-line tool that enables you to add, sort, and review cards on Trello rapidly. It is designed to reduce the amount of friction between your thoughts and your TODO list. If you never leave the terminal, will feel right at home. It has tab-completion throughout, machine-readable --json and --tsv flags, a grep subcommand, and an interactive REPL mode. The project is named "" because it was initially built as a tool to maintain a Trello board using the GTD task tracking method. I've been actively using this tool for GTD since the first commit; if you're trying to use GTD with Trello this is the tool for you.



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