Top Tech Tools for Working Remote
If you find yourself in a remote work scenario, uncover some new tools to help you stay organized and productive during this time. Share your favorites in the comments!
For Meetings: Zoom
Virtually gather with your team, use break-out rooms, and share your screen. Use your DU student credentials to gain access. Learn more.
For Recordings: Screencast-o-Matic
Need to shoot a quick screencast? Record up to 15 minutes for free using Screencast-o-Matic, then use the video edit tools to get it just right. Alternative option: Zoom.
For To-Do Lists: Trello
Need a color-coded way to stay organized? Turn to Trello for creating project boards and lists. Alternative option: Todoist.
For Project Management: Asana
Stay on task and collaborate with your team using Asana, a free tool for basic project management. Alternative options: Monday or Basecamp.
For Chatting: G-Chat
There are lots of ways to instant message individuals (Microsoft Teams, Skype, Zoom, etc.), but G-chat for Google users might be the easiest way to integrate it into your day.
For Relaxing: Calm
Without watercooler breaks, you may need to find another way to take a break from work. Use Calm to meditate and relax.