What tools do you use to keep your remote team to know each other?

mind_game7
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I have a problem, I don't know how to build close bounds between remote teams outside the working process. Reasoning: decries number of small misunderstandings and conflicts, increase productivity and motivation. Maybe you have some good advice?

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Reza Farahani
Co-founder of WFhomie
Hey, just self plug-in here. This is exactly our goal in WFHomie.com We offer a series of engaging team building events on regular basis. By try and error we found what works for each team and build a recommendation around it.
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mind_game7
Growth & Sales
@reza_farahani1 Oh sweet! for my small team $599 it's way to much, but will defiantly give it a try.
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rahul goyal
Co-founder, Cosmos Video
Hey! check out https://cosmos.video. you could organise a social and play games with your team
Evgeny Medvednikov
Weje.io, free online whiteboards
It talking ourside of main work process, this is https://peopleforce.io and https://hurma.work for HR and other stuff (contacts, vacations, bidth days, hobbies, etc).
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David
Content Marketing Manager at DesignNBuy
It is true to say that remote working is becoming a trend and there are a number of remote working toll available on the market. Choose the version to suit your needs. - 10to8 Meeting Scheduling Software - Asana - ProProfs Project - ProofHub Hope this will help you!
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mind_game7
Growth & Sales
@david_singletary Thanks! will check all of them
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Pallavi Jaisinghani
A storyteller spreading happiness.
intoSPACE is one awesome team collaboration tool that shuts out the noise so what is left is productivity & motivation.
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Amplifyre
A hub of exceptional software companies.
Remote working models are great especially with the post pandemic circumstances, and recent productivity studies. Additionally, remote working, when implemented successfully, can bring great value as well. For some people, remote work suits perfectly well, and some people would still prefer working face to face. The important thing is to communicate the big picture; even better if you invite the employees to be part of this process. It creates a "we are here together" kind of culture, and people feel part of the transition. You can read more about remote work in an organisation here: https://www.amplifyre.com/ask-th...