Tools we LOVE for Remote Management

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The best way to ensure remote management efficiently is by using the right tools. They are precisely designed to enable remote processes and intended to be as intuitive as possible. After the initial adaptation process, they become fundamental to aid the flow of work.

Check out some tools to meet every need of remote working!

 

VIRTUAL COMMUNICATION

 

  1. Zoom

 

Zoom is a great tool for remote teams’ communication. It can be used for free. His only requirement is the need for APP installation. Once installed, it is easy to add invitations to calendars, split screens, create rooms automatically save to the cloud and manage a large number of participants in rooms.

 

  1. Skype for Business

 

Skype is a robust, world-renowned tool. It comes installed on most Microsoft computers, facilitating the lives of some teams. On the other hand, those who use Mac may encounter problems.

 

  1. Google Hangouts

 

The Hangout is a great tool, does not require installation, and is free. However, Zoom also has more elaborate features.

 

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TASKS MONITORING

 

  1. Slack

 

Slack is the best tool when it comes to instant messaging and integration with other programs. Since it is adapted to its use, it is hard to want another tool.

 

  1. Trello

 

Trello uses lists and cards digitally to bring visibility and intuitiveness monitoring tasks. When used as Kanban, it may be the most intuitive option for teams, with varieties of colors, stickers, and lists.

 

SHARING FILES

 

  1. Dropbox

 

The great Dropbox differential is the upload speed, but your backups and the ability to share files easily also make it the preferred option for sharing files.

 

  1. Microsoft Teams

 

Although paid, Teams is one of the options most used by companies around the world. Being web-based, it can also be used by Macs.

 

  1. Google Photos

 

Photos is the most common and effective application in photo sharing. It can be a key tool for teams that need to exchange high-resolution images and large files quickly.

 

  1. WeTransfer

 

WeTransfer is very intuitive and easy, but the files are only staying temporarily, making the long-term records.

 

PROTOTYPING AND VALIDATION

 

  1. Invision

 

Invision helps teams to develop loyal and nice graphics. It also creates prototypes / MVPs in a few hours, can use them directly on mobile devices – no need to mess with codes!

 

  1. Figma

 

Figma is one of the best options for creating mockups, wireframes, and rapid prototyping.

 

  1. Google Forms

 

Google Forms is fast, free, and does not require any type of installation to be used. Send questions or theories for large groups of people and (in) validate their hypothesis quickly.

 

  1. SurveyMonkey

 

The paid version of SurveyMonkey is the best friend of those who need to create quantitative research often and flexibility.

 

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