Effective business tools to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis

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Due to the coronavirus crisis, countless businesses have been forced to limit their operations to the digital.

Transitioning to working remotely isn’t easy for everyone. It can be challenging to learn how to use new tools and apps, acquire new skills, and transition the whole operation to a more limited environment.

It’s a completely different work life.

To make it a bit easier for you, we brought a wonderful list of effective business tools to work remotely during the coronavirus crisis:

Project management tools

Monday

Monday is an excellent tool for remote teams looking to manage their projects more easily and work efficiently.

The tool improves your team’s workflow through the use of a board and drag-and-drop building blocks which make its interface intuitive and easy to use.

Something great about Monday is that it’s easy to get third party members quickly on board. This makes it much easier to work with freelancers or other businesses.

Trello

Trello is a simple project management tool that uses boards and cards. It doesn’t have as many features as Monday, but still does an excellent job helping you manage projects and costs much less.

Workplace Communication tools

Slack

If you haven’t heard about Slack, I’d be surprised. Slack is one of the most popular workplace communication tools right now. 

Communicating with your team is very easy with its easy interface and great features. You can create groups, share files, and everything you’d expect from a complete team communication tool, plus much more.

Video conferencing tools

Zoom

A great video conferencing tool with everything you need and excellent video quality. You can have up to 100 people watching your conference or webinar with the free version, which is more than enough for most small businesses. The tool has endless features, including recording any call with the click of a button.

Skype

Everyone knows Skype. Yes, the good old Skype. It’s been with us for as long as I can remember. 

Skype is a free, easy to use video conferencing tool owned by Microsoft that almost everyone has used. Unlike other tools, most people are familiar with Skype. This means you don’t have to worry too much about teaching your team how to use the software.

Remote control and desktop sharing tools

TeamViewer

When working remotely, you may need to show your screen to a team member to get help with projects or IT problems. TeamViewer is one of the most popular tools to do this, which isn’t a surprise considering its many useful features for workplace collaboration, such as directly controlling the computer of other team members.

Chrome Remote Desktop control

Chrome has a desktop sharing tool with most of the functionality that TeamViewer offers. It has less features than TeamViewer but has other pros, such as being extremely easy and quick to set up.

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