Which tools do you use when remote, to collaborate?

Lluís Ventura
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Using slack for chat / Notion and GDocs for documentation and Loom/Drift video to provide quick feedback without interruptions. Also Zoom and GMeet for meetings. What about you?

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Co-founder/Taskable, a smart to do list
Check out Tandem for internal video/audio calls and screen shares. They remove all the friction for when you want to grab a quick chat with a teammate - sort of like the digital equivalent of tapping someone on the shoulder and asking if they have a minute.
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cofounder of usevidbix.me
@mattcrail I've been using it. Love the concept.
Book nerd with a passion for writing
The best I've come across is https://clariti.app/?utm_source=.... It is a platform that allows you to chat from mail and vice-versa. It has definitely made me more productive.
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Trello is a simple, easy to use project tracker we use
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Design director @ Humbleteam
I'm running a distributed product design team with 33 members, and our stack is extremely simple: it's Slack for daily communication, Trello for tasks, Figma for designing things, and G Suite for the rest.
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cofounder of usevidbix.me
@krasotin Makes sense. Simplicity is key.
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cofounder of usevidbix.me
Recently start using our own as1nc to transform meetings into asynchronous conversations with video, text, and voice. Saving time with more focused meetings and some of them just got canceled thanks to this! :) Releasing our private beta in the coming weeks: https://www.producthunt.com/upco...
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Nomad, Creator, Founder: intervue.io
Some good tools that I know: Figma: For design intervue.io: For taking remote tech interviews Asana: For managing remote teams kaam.work: Work from anywhere
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