working from home? these three apps can help you collaborate better with long-distance colleagues.
by beth ziesenis
app of the week
it’s probably no surprise that more than half of americans would prefer to work from home. fortunately, technology has progressed so rapidly since the 1980s that more than 80% of americans say their homes are properly prepared for home offices. (a pandemic forcing employees to work from home and companies to adequately prepare for remote employees didn’t hurt the cause, either.)
more apps of the week: automate captions for videos | can’t read it now? save it for later | don’t lose precious memories: digitize old photos | track your mileage automatically | keep track of your subscriptions | capture testimonials to increase credibility | find an extra set of hands for time-consuming tasks | personalize communication and set yourself apart from competition | waiting to exhale (i.e., can april 19 hurry up?) |
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however, keeping your entire team on the same page with regard to objectives, strategies, expectations and deadlines can be a chore. fortunately, there are lots of project management apps out there to help, but how do you know which one is best for you? here, i’ll highlight three of my favorites.