There is one reason why I don’t use Trello for personal tasks, and it is the card URLs - they have the same name as the card title.
For example, suppose I have a board with my personal tasks,
and in this board I have a card “Call mom”. The URL of this
card will be something like
What is wrong with this? Well, if you and only you(and always only you) use the computer from which trello is usually launched, then it is not a problem at all. But if someone else has access to your browser, or maybe a friend has gave you his laptop for a while, and you have used it to launch Trello in a browser, then you have a problem: even if you logged out, the browser’s history will contain all urls which you have visited.
— (you) Hey Johny, can I use your laptop for five minutes, just need to have a look at my today’s tasks.
— (Johny) Yeah, of course.
— (you logging in, watch your tasks, click on some cards to see theirs description, logging out) Thank you, Johny.
— (Johny opens the browser, wants to open some web-site, for example theguardian.com. He presses “t”, and browser pop-up recent history urls. Sadly, Trello also starts with “T”. Johny sees this:
Johny did not ask you to inform him about this.