Depending on where you are in the world, it might be getting toastier outside. If you’ve been working remotely long enough, it’s likely the FOMO will get to you. Seeing others soak in the vitamin D outside your window could even (dare we say it) make you wish you went into the office.
You might want to try Feeting.app before making any rash decisions. The app helps you take any of your meetings outside, while you’re walking. The audio-only, hands-free meetings come with your own AI assistant that automatically summarizes things like important topics, follow-ups, actions, sentiment, and speaking times. The team calls the technology “Feeting Gems™.”
The app works in different types of environments, whether that’s a peaceful forest, the loud streets of NYC, or windy Chicago. “We try to block all background noise and with Voice Isolation,” one of the makers shares.
There’s also a certain level of gamification embedded into the experience. You can join your colleagues in different challenges and see how much carbon dioxide your team’s saving by walking. The app syncs with Apple Health and Google Fit to help see your progress over time. With every 1,000 steps you “feet” together with your team, everyone earns ƒ0,10, which you can spend on sustainable products.
Since you’re already moving your body, you might want to check out some other ways to get rewarded for it. Fitmint, for instance, is a Web3 fitness and lifestyle mobile app with inbuilt NFT gaming which lets you earn rewards in cryptocurrency by simply working out.
Apart from spending too much time indoors, what other challenges do you see working from home? Join the conversation.
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