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24 New Remote Work Tools of February 2020

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Contents

In this post, you will find the best/new remote work tools under six categories.

  1. Virtual Presence Tools
  2. Collaboration Tools
  3. Communication Tools
  4. Data & Management Tools
  5. Meeting Tools
  6. Unplugging Tools

Virtual Presence Tools

Sococo

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Sococo is the best virtual presence tool for remote teams. It is bringing a sense of togetherness into remote working with its integration features regardless of the team size.

Visit Sococo Website


Pragli

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Pragli is a well-designed virtual office/communication/presence tool which allows multiple screen sharing in group meetings.

Visit Pragli Website


Tonari

Tonari was on my watchlist for some time now, due to tough hardware challenges of what they are trying to achieve, they’re moving a little slow.

Visit Tonari Website

UnRemot

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UnRemot is a new virtual presence and team collaboration tool which gives remote managers more access to remote team members.

Visit UnRemot Website


VirBELA

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This is one of the most interesting tools I’ve reviewed so far, bringing MMO gaming experience to remote work and offering a whole new 3d world for remote teams.

Visit VirBELA Website


PukkaTeam

PukkaTeam is a very interesting product for early-stage remote startups. Do you have a small crew trying to build an MVP, working on a very tight schedule? This might be a good choice for you.

Visit PukkaTeam Website

Remote Collaboration Tools

Ntile

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Ntile is a simple decision and task management platform where you can organize tables, tasks, and processes in it.

Visit nTile Website


Carrot

Carrot is aiming for becoming a knowledge-centric team collaboration tool for remote teams.

Visit Carrot Website


Slite

Slite is offering a collaborative knowledge base for remote teams. They’re offering many integrations with other services holding tasks data.

Visit Slite Website

TeamHub

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TeamHub is an innovative tool removing the barriers of remote work for software engineers. It’s taking an existing codebase on your IDE and turning it into a collaborative workspace

Visit TeamHub Website


Collusion

Specs and playbooks are essential for remote work at scale. Getting on the same page is one of the primary challenges of remote work.

Visit Collusion Website

Remote Communication Tools

Playgroup

Playgroup might be a good choice for those who are sick and tired of hundreds of Slack messages and notifications. It offers a unique way of getting on the same page with your remote team members.

Visit Playgroup Website


Tandem

Tandem is offering continuous sync communication for remote teams, providing instant messaging, audio calls, screen sharing, and activity stream for small teams. Its video communications engine is working surprisingly well for such a small company.

Visit Tandem Website

Yac

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Yac is interesting for a couple of reasons, it is offering an async communication suite for remote teams. It is cross-platform and extremely easy to use.

Visit YAC Website


Telescoped

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Telescoped has a unique approach to video communication, I can see it being used as an async video-mail or customer-facing lead generation form.

Visit Telescoped Website

Remote Data & Management Tools

Dashdash

Dashdash is aiming for connecting publicly available data on the web with spreadsheets. Imagine, wouldn’t it be great if you could only write a formula like =CrunchbaseCompanies() and get all the available fields required for your analysis?

Visit Dashdash Website


Jell

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Jell is a goal-tracking platform supported by daily standups and OKRs. Business legend Andy Grove is considered to be the father of Objectives and Key Results framework. Jell is a well-designed simple tool for staying on the same page for remote teams. Jell is integrated with Slack and Microsoft Teams.

Visit Jell Website


Knowhow

How do we submit x form? How do we do this and that… Knowhow is aiming for eliminating all these questions and time waste.

Visit KnowHow Website

Elin

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Elin is one of the most interesting AI startups I’ve seen recently. They are aiming for mining slack conversations of your company and update you with a rich data set.

Visit Elin Website


RemoteTeam

RemoteTeam is offering an all-in-one remote management suite, primarily for the US remote companies. This tool is offering payroll automation and automation of tax filing for both employers and employees.

Visit RemoteTeam Website

Remote Meeting Tools

Calendly

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Once a remote company grows over 100 headcounts, meetings can start to get tricky. Exchanging more than 4-5 emails -only for setting a 30 mins meeting- is a waste of time. Calendly is a great solution for getting everyone on the same page.

Visit Calendly Website


Meetingbird

Useless, ASAP and boring meetings are poison. Just like many of you, I also hate nonsense meetings with no clear agenda, producing tons of questions and not any actionable items. Meetingbird is fixing that.

Visit Meetingbird Website

Teamworki

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Teamworki is trying to add value to remote meetings. It’s a place where you can track the morale of your team after running 1:1 or group meetings.

Visit Teamworki Website

Remote Unplugging Tools

Sofa

My first off-work, remote worker-friendly tool review is Sofa. Remote working is not easy, it’s definitely not taking a sip from your mojito next to a pool with your laptop as it’s pictured in Google image search. Remote working is an ass flattening experience so unplugging is equally important for your long-term performance. Sofa is aiming to help remote workers organize their off-work time and relax in a well-planned way.

Visit Sofa Website


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Sinan Ata
Growth hacker. Enjoys data deep-dives, SQL queries, python scripts, reading and writing on remote talent management, growth hacking, and the future of work.

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2 Comments

  1. Hey, you can also add tools like Webex, R-HUB web conferencing servers, gomeetnow, gotomeeting etc. online collaboration and communication tools list. They work well.

    1. Hey Francis, we’re promoting new tools in this section.

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