Slowly coming to terms with the changes forced upon us by the spread of COVID-19? It is difficult, shifting work to your home premises. But it is not impossible.
Here is a list of some free tools that can make the transition to working from home smoother and hassle-free.
- Slack – It is a great collaboration hub that allows you to share files and communicate in groups as well as on a one-on-one basis.
- Google Hangouts –It brings to life conversations through texts, audio and video connections on a one-on-one basis and for groups.
- Zoom–It is a platform that allows you to hold video meetings and host virtual presentations online. It offers real time chats and video recording features as well.
- Skype–It is a free communications tool that helps you connect with as many as 50 people through audio or video conferencing.
- AirTable–This is a strong tool that helps manage data and inventory on visually appealing spreadsheets so you can keep track of what your team is doing.
- Asana –It helps teams structure work and tasks and helps team leaders and team members track progress and completion of tasks.
- GitHub–It is a crucial free tool used to facilitate design and development, used as it is for version control and viewing, sharing and collaborating on code developed by team members.
- Chrome DevTools–It is used for web development and the software is built directly into the Google Chrome browser.
- Grammarly– It is a great platform used for writing on and editing documents with.
- Google Drive– It is best for sharing files and collaborating on them with remote team members.
Try these tools out, according to your needs and preferences. For more on the subject, check out our previous blog here – www.sproutroad.com/how-you-can-work-from-home-during-covid-19-some-free-tools.
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