If you’re thinking about your daily routine, you might be considering your remote work schedule. Whether you’re accustomed to remote work or not, one factor is generally agreed upon: working from home can be tricky. From carving out a suitable place to get your work done to successfully avoiding distractions, it is certainly a delicate balancing act. Thankfully, these apps can make your day-to-day more productive when you’re working from home.
No matter what field of work you’re in, it’s likely that your job requires a lot of day-to-day personal interaction. Replicate those same in-office connections with Zoom, a video call and conferencing app that can accommodate up to 100 people in one virtual room. Upload fun backgrounds and take your video conference up a notch! Zoom is also useful for simple, straightforward messaging when your team doesn’t require face-to-face meetings. Free versions of Zoom are available for PC, Mac, web, iOS, and Android.
Maybe, you’re a productivity nerd. Perhaps, you fill out your timesheet on a project-by-project basis. Whatever the reason, Toggl is the app you’ve been looking for. Toggl helps you see exactly how much time you and others spend on various tasks. From there, you can get intel from Toggl on which tasks are taking longer than usual. If you’re a freelance employee, Toggl also offers a tool that helps you figure out if you’re charging enough for your services. Toggl is free for 30 days and then requires a membership, which starts at $10.00 monthly. The app is available for PC, Mac, web, iOS, and Android.
Chrome Remote Desktop
If you’re working from home, you’re likely switching devices throughout the day, from your laptop and tablet to your smartphone. That’s what makes a tool like Chrome Remote Desktop so valuable. This application allows you to safely access your main computer from another device without threatening the safety of your files. You can also use the app to share your screen with coworkers whenever the mood strikes. Best of all, it’s free and available for iOS, Android, and Google Chrome.
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