The ultimate guide to remote work

Expert tips and best practices for working remotely

#2 Product of the DayMarch 18, 2020
Getting up to speed with remote work? We’ve gathered our best learnings, tips, tools, and templates gleaned from years of collaborating across multiple hubs. Good for managers and employees alike!
10+ chapters in total (navigate using the TOC on the left)
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Many remote working guides out there, this is one of the best I've came across.
Hi, PH community! At Miro, we work as a distributed team across 5 hubs and multiple timezones. That means a loooooot of remote meetings, workshops, onboarding … basically, remote everything. It's been a journey! With so many folks currently adapting to working remotely, we thought it was the perfect time to publish some of our proven tips and learnings – plus curate the best advice from other companies who are masters at collaborating from multiple locations. Please take a look and let us know what you think! What did we miss? What do you want to hear more about? We will be adding more chapters over the next few weeks. — the Content team at Miro
Hey @sarah_beldo thanks a lot to the Miro team for sharing this, it's really important to know effective remote work schemes at this times.
This looks really interesting. ?makers What sort of remote work structure do you have at Miro?
Hey @calum ! Hollis from Miro here. We're a distributed team working across five hubs (SF, LA, Austin, Amsterdam and Perm), and rely heavily on a combo of Slack/Zoom/Miro in our day-to-day to stay aligned and updated on project progress. We tend to operate on the "baton-pass" tactic (as I like to call it), taking advantage of our 13 hour time zone span to have a 24 hour work cycle: when I'm headed to bed in LA, I pass off work to designers in Amsterdam, who then pass off to Perm for dev, and by the time I wake up, we're ready for a V2! Pretty cool.
Really cool guide guys! I love Miro
So timely and helpful!