MUST-HAVES FOR WORKING REMOTELY
Working from a remote location is not a new concept though it has been used since the early 2000s; but due to the pandemic the whole world had to adapt and learn to work online remotely.
Here are some of the apps which are essential online tools for remote working:
Cloud storage is utmost important for online work. Extensive files and other work related data can be swiftly stored and easily accessible through cloud apps.
Google drive and Dropbox are the two most useful and trusted storage apps.
Google Workspace is a collection of cloud computing, productivity and collaboration tools, software and products developed and marketed by Google. Inshort, everything Google in one place. Easy to access and operate.
Evernote helps you capture ideas and find them fast. It keeps important info handy by syncing notes to all the devices. The app allows users to create notes, which can be text, drawings, photographs, audio, or saved web content.
Todoist is one of the most popular to-do list app right now. Todoist is flexible enough to adapt to most workflows.
Trello and Asana are two great apps for project and team management. These apps help you swiftly organize, manage and track the work of your teams and projects.
Howspace is a web-based engagement and collaboration platform. It helps you to quickly and efficiently tailor processes and content to individual clients, and engage large organizations through seamless one-click participation on any device.
Krisp is a noise cancelling app that helps remote professionals and teams be more productive. It removes background noise on both sides of the call, so you and your call participants can take important calls from anywhere.
Inorder to seamlessly work remotely; you must have reliable and trusted video conferencing solutions for the virtual meetings, webinars, training sessions etc. Zoom and Gotomeeting are two of the best virtual meeting platforms. These apps simply and effectively connect with customers and clients remotely.
WhatsApp Business strives to be more suitable for the needs of business communication. However, this messenger offers neither web nor desktop applications.
Slack is also a great tool for businesses. It helps workers organize in-office conversations and connect apps they use daily. You can connect your account with 800+ different tools you use at work. This team messenger also offers integrations.
Hootsuite is an excellent curation, scheduling & reporting tool with social media analytics tool.
Buffer is user friendly and offers three excellent publishing, moderation and reporting tools.
Loomly assists you along the entire content publishing process and helps you create posts & ads from scratch.Loomly does a good job aggregating stats that you’ll find very helpful. Analytics are available for each social account you’ve connected and also via a Loomly main dashboard which includes an overview.
Content Creation apps:
Canva is a design tool with heavy graphics focus. It is web / app based and is best used for creating graphics and documents for both digital and print.
Creative Cloud is an all in one creative solution for online business. Adobe’s Creative Cloud subscription is a collection of apps that cover not just graphics, but also print design, video editing, audio production, web design and more.
These apps are some of the best apps for remote working that you can use according to your work-needs, functionality and feasibility.