6 Best Online Collaboration Tools For Teams To Stay Connected

Written by on February 10, 2020 in Stuff with 1 Comment
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Collaboration is quite normal in every workplace. Today, the employees are not expected to work cut off from their co-workers. Instead, they need to work together in order to boost efficiency and productivity. And, collaboration tools offer a unique set of features, functionality to improve the quality of work. 

 

Moreover, when it comes to managing teams from one part of the globe and your team sitting on the other side of the globe, collaborative tools are extremely helpful. They allow the employees to work remotely while enabling you to track their work and progress of the project. If you are also looking for robust collaboration tools for your workplace, below are the best ones you can consider:

 

Filestage

Filestage is an ideal content review platform, approval platform that makes the review and approval process easy and hassle-free. This project management tool makes it simple for the remote working teams to leave in-context feedback, PDFs, images, videos, etc. Using this collaboration tool, marketing teams can collaborate on their work with external, as well as internal stakeholders. 

 

This cutting-edge platform allows you to collect actionable feedback quickly and make necessary changes; it will push your projects forward. With Filestage, you can add comments directly onto all the file types, and create fluid approval workflows. Besides, you can track the status of your project in real-time.

 

Nifty

Nifty is one of the most popular communications tools for remote work that aims to make project management as simple as possible for the remote working teams. It’s like a central hub where all your team members can share timelines, workloads, and deliverables effortlessly. Regardless of what your team size is, Nifty does an amazing job of collaborating multiple tools to encompass the entirety of a project cycle. 

 

On Nifty, you can manage the tasks via a Kanban-style framework that can be connected with Milestones. The project overview feature provides you with a bird’s eye view of the progress of all your projects. While you are working in any pocket of the Nifty, the team chat widget allows you to communicate with your co-workers effectively.

 

Xtensio

Xtensio is such a simple, comprehensive tool that vanishes all your team collaboration problems. You can simply integrate Xtensio with your existing tools and manage your entire business working remotely. Whether you are a freelancer, run a consultancy, startup, small business, or an agency, you can bring efficiency to your business communication with this amazing tool.

 

You can create documents, personas, landing pages, sales sheets, templates, etc. and use it as a presentation tool. You can copy or merge folios, save your templates, keep your presentations well-organized, add notes to the versions, keep everyone up-to-date, and view the collaborator activity, as well as full revision history. No matter where your colleagues are, your entire team can work under one team space. 

 

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams offer a fantastic communication and collaboration platform that brings a host of features to help the teams communicate more effectively. This scalable platform fits the remote work teams of practically any size. It can be integrated with Microsoft Office 365, making it a useful choice for the businesses that are already using the service. It offers a robust workplace chat, file storage and sharing, video meetings, and flawless integration with a number of other platforms. 

 

Podio

Podio is another brilliant tool that can cover every aspect of project management and collaboration tool. From structuring the projects to enabling team communications and sales management, it can modify the ways teams work together. It features a customizable CRM to organize the teams and track the customers. By facilitating automated workflows, it helps shape the project and save a considerable amount of time. Besides, it provides efficient scrum management, business process management, and team management.

 

Ryver

Ryver aims to give an organization a powerful means of communication, and an easy way to talk over deadlines so that the tasks are completed on time. One thing that makes Ryver a compelling option is that it enables you to make many teams inside the app and categorize them to boot. 

 

It offers some interesting filters, as well. You can control who views the things you post in the app or join the teams relevant to you. Also, there is a host of native clients across desktop and mobile devices, including Linux and Mac. Its pricing begins at $49/month to $99/month for 12 users and unlimited users, respectively.

 

These are some of the best tools that allow you to plan, track, communicate, and collaborate on projects in a very simple way. Integrate any of these platforms with the tools you are currently using, and manage your work more easily and effectively.

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  1. james.schles11@gmail.com' Oliver C says:

    Thanks for the recommendations!
    Our team used to use teams but it didn’t work well with us so we later switched to other softwares. Currently using Quire (https://quire.io/w) and Slack.
    Highly recommend these two! Quire is a free project management software with agile features such as kanban board, offline syncing, easy collaboration, reminders, priorities…etc

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