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6 Best Apps for Remote Workers

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With the rise of social distancing and remote work, most of us are more reliant on apps now than ever before. These handy tools have long served as a lifeline for digital nomads, and now workers all around the world are discovering their true potential. If you’re still trying to navigate working from home 24/7, you’re in luck because today we’re unveiling the 6 best apps for remote workers!

1. Zoom

No app has exploded during this pandemic quite like Zoom, and this online chat service has quickly become an integral part of everyone’s life. Not only does Zoom allow teams of all sizes to conduct video and voice calls, but you can also host webinars, message team members, and share files on the platform.  Zoom has definitely changed the game when it comes to conference calling!

2. Trello

Project management is an absolute must when you’re not seeing your team on a regular basis, and Trello is one of the best organizational tools for projects. This real-time bulletin board makes it easy for users to plan projects and keeps everyone on track with its feature that allows action items to be dragged from one category to another (for example, from “doing” to “done”). With Trello, you’ll never be left wondering what the status of an ongoing project is.

3. Dropbox

This cloud-based file storage and sharing platform is the perfect place to put all your docs, images, and videos. It allows you to securely share your material both internally and externally, and it’s made collaborating with remote teams a seamless process. Dropbox has definitely earned its place as an essential remote working app.

4. Slack

When it comes to communication tools, Slack is undoubtedly one of the most popular, and for good reason. Between its organized messaging channels, easy screen sharing capabilities, and its availability status feature, communicating with your team from afar will be a breeze!

5. Google Drive

If your team works collaboratively on a lot of projects, Google Drive is a no-brainer! Its file sharing and collaboration features are unlike any other program and multiple team members can work on the same document in real-time. Sorting different projects into shared drives is also a great way to stay organized.

6. Calendar

Calendar is an app for remote workers that are especially busy and need to have everything in one place. It seamlessly syncs all your calendar apps and has meeting capabilities that are virtually unheard of. Not only can anyone on your team book meeting times with you when you’re available, but Calendar will also create automatic transcripts of those meetings. Pretty cool stuff!

There you have it, all the apps you need to work from home and succeed! We hope these recommendations serve you well during this time of social distancing. And if you’re looking for a place to give your hustle a home once life returns to normal, Project Spaces has got you covered.

With two unique coworking locations in downtown Toronto and a tight-knit community of freelancers and founders, Project Spaces is a place where entrepreneurship thrives. Check out our brand new Flex Membership to see how we can help you do you!

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