"If you just work for money, you will never be able to do it, but if you love what you do and always put the customer first, success will be yours."
"Homework has grown into homework."
To soften it a little,
Here are a few apps you can use to improve your working life during this difficult time.
Slack is a great tool for both large and small groups. The simple interface allows you to interact and edit work with colleagues, send a text or call a person or group, share, edit documents and collaborate with team partners to do a project. It also allows integration of third-party applications such as Google Drive, Dropbox, etc.
Zoom is another great tool for organizing conference conferences online. You may conduct video or group meetings or individual voice calls if video calls are not required. You can host webinars and share files while working with coworkers.
3) Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is another effective daily communication tool. The social networking platform offers the same services like Slack, offering workspace and video chat, file storage, and app integration. You can send files to your team partners and share screens while in the meeting.
4) Chrome Remote Desktop
Chrome Remote Desktop lets you access your computer securely from almost anywhere. Includes remote support that allows team members to access your computer from their location to interact. It also allows you to share your screen with your team members, which are useful for meetings.
A time tracking app that tells you how much time you spend on tasks. The app is ideal for freelancers as it can track the time taken to complete projects and improve their project planning.
6) Serene for Mac
Serene is a free app, but only available on Mac. An intelligent app blocks access to websites and apps that can interfere with work hours. Thankfully, your phone can be quiet again. Other items include day planner, to-do list, time period, etc.
Spark is another useful tool that saves you from the hassle of emails. It automatically collects and separates all your emails from all accounts and allows you to prioritize important emails and filter or filter the rest.
8) Google Drive
If you are not very good with document management, Google Drive can help. The file storage service gives you an easy option to keep all your important documents - word documents, spreadsheets, presentations in one place. Cloud storage is useful for remote groups, and it also provides the opportunity to interact in real-time.
In addition to everyday communication tools, some apps help with task management. Asana, a SaaS tool, is one of the most useful projects management applications. The app instantly updates you on the activities of your team members. Ideal for reminders, creating projects, organizing activities on boards, or performing tasks.
Quip is another useful document management tool that helps you create calendars, spreadsheets, word documents and share them with coworkers.
Work And Be Safe And Healthy.