Tools to Enhance Communication Amongst Remote Teams

Jenna Rodrigues
July 7, 2020

As a company that has been fully remote since its inception, we have learned a lot about which tools help leaders enhance communication in an asynchronous remote work environment. Here are a few tools that we use for internal communication amongst team members on a daily basis.

Slack

Slack is a convenient, user-friendly business communication platform that allows work teams to communicate both internally and with external clients.

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Geekbot

Geekbot is a Slack integration that helps you to run asynchronous standup meetings and share daily internal updates.

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Notion

Notion is a documentation space that allows teams to collaborate on product specifications, road mapping, note taking and document formation, and content management.

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Linear

Linear is a task management tool that is useful when organizing the several components of software sprints, tracking bugs, and outlining all tasks associated with a new build.

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Harvest

Harvest provides an easy, user-friendly way for our team to record their time across every project, including internal efforts.

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Google Docs

Google Docs is a collaborative document sharing tool that allows employees to work together on projects in various mediums in real time.

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There are a number of other tools and technologies that we use which are enablers of our all-remote, asynchronous-first approach to work. If you’re curious about how we solve for any specific challenges, feel free to contact us, and we’d be happy to share how we’ve made it work for us!

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