Please recommendation any products that really help. I am looking for life journey based complete recommendations. Something which has good conversions to try out or anything that helps well.
- Even when you live as a digital nomad, collaboration sometimes is inevitable. You could communicate with your business partners with email but now that you are going to be living a freelanced, nomadic life your email inbox would not simply be about work. It would be your personal emails, promotional emails, business emails, and spam emails.. You can create a new email address for each purpose but do you really want to do that? I'd say just use one email for simple communication and use collabee to work on a project. Then invite your partners as "external partners" and work with them in the "issue", the collaborative doc.
- Hrishikesh Pardeshi made this productAs a remote worker, you are bound to use tools for online meetings, video conferencing, messaging and a ton of other things. Remote.tools brings to you the top remote-first products. You also get to learn from tool stacks (Collections) used by successful remote teams.
- Sourav made this productA curated list of resources and tools for Digital Nomads, Travelers, Backpackers or anyone who is always on the move. Resources to help you find cheap flights, accommodation, coworking spaces to work from, plan your trip, and more.
- It's not for everybody - Nomad lifestyle. You have to be prepared for anything, and if you're moving around the whole world, there are plenty of things to consider - from where you'll live, whether it will be an aparment rental, a hostel, AirBnB or something else. What will you do to earn income - WiFi or at least some internet connection most likely will be something you can't go without. If you're the adventurous type, then trying this kind of a lifestyle might be just right up your alley - freedom, your own schedule, new places and people. Just be prepared. One thing I recommend looking into is a way to protect yourself with e-signatures - creating contracts on the go might be something you have to do to keep things on the safe side. One app I've used in my own travels is DottedSign. The signatures produced with it are legally binding, there is both an app and a broswer version available and it's easy to use. Either way, it's just a small thing to keep in mind as you travel.
- Luke Arnold made this productHey Rohith. We've just launched Planspace - a map based calendar system which helps users get used to new and unfamiliar locations. It syncs with your calendar to map out your events and integrates with Citymapper, Google Directions and others to help you get around. We'd love to hear what you think!