Denis ShershnevFounder & CEO

What new or not well-known tools for effective work of the remote team do you know?

We all use Trello and Slack, but is there something new that surprised you?
5 recommended
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    Taskade 3.0

    All-in-one collaboration. Chat, organize, get things done!

    Evan KimbrellFounder, Sprintkick · Written
    This app is still very under the radar. You can say it combines Trello Asana and Slack into one tool.
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    The All-in-one Product Management Platform

    Hygger combines the best functionality to work with remote team members, starting from cozy Kanban boards and beautiful timelines to advanced prioritization frameworks that help to define urgent and important tasks and improve the productivity of your remote team.
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    ProProfs Knowledge Base
    David MillerEducational Researcher · Written
    ProProfs Project is a well-known project management tool, but I wasn’t aware of this tool, unfortunately. One of my business friends told me about it when I was struggling to handle my remote teams. I took his advice seriously, and now my life is pretty much sorted :)
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    Plan 1.0

    Manage & organise your life

    Plan has flown under the radar for a little while now, but I think it's addressing the biggest issue with working in a remote team: daily visibility into teammates' work/schedule. At its core, Plan is a combination of a full calendar (two-way sync with Gcal/Outlook) + a project management tool. Whenever you are working on a task, you just drag it onto the calendar and Plan takes care of the rest (shows your teammates what tasks you've been assigned, what you've been working on, and what you've completed). It's so nice to just be able to open my calendar, then overlay my teammates' calendars on top of mine to quickly see what they are all working on this week (without having to slack them every day).
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    Free online diagramming tool for developers

    Vladimír SemanI work at e-commerce · Written
    Vladimír Seman made this product
    Feel free to try Gleek. It is a free diagram maker. Even it is primarily used for creating UML diagrams and flowcharts, you can use it to quickly create diagrams during the mind mapping process. 👉 Try to type "Shape1-->Shape2" to get an idea